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OFFICIAL JOURNAL 



OF 



THE NORTH CAROLINA 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Central Jurisdiction 




EIGHTY-FOURTH SESSION 

October 28-November 1, 1942 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

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OFFICIAL JOURNAL 



OF 



THE NORTH CAROLINA 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Central Jurisdiction 




EIGHTY-FOURTH SESSION 

October 28-November 1, 1942 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Price— 30 Cents 




ST. MATTHEWS. METHODIST CHURCH. 

Where the. Conference was held. 

REV. J. E. BROWER, Pastor. 



PRESIDING BISHOP 




ROBERT E. JONES, D. D., L. L. D. 
Columbus Area, Columbus. Ohio 



RESIDENT BISHOP 




ALEXANDER P. SHAW, D. D., L. L. D. 
Baltimore Area, Baltimore, Md. 



Officers of the Conference 



Resident Bishop 
ALEXANDER P. SHAW, D.D., LL.D. 

1206 fitting Street, Baltimore, Maryland 

Secretary 
J. E. BROWER 

609 Ashe Street, Greensboro, N. C. 

Assistant Secretary 
T. H. WOOTEN 

Treasurer 

N. J. PASS 

Boy 744, Shelby, N. C. 

Assistant Treasurers 
L. A. BROWN j. w. HALL 

Statistician 
P. L WELLS 

Assistant Statisticians 
H. C. GANNAWAY G. E. HOUGE ( . W. PATTERSON 



Board of Lay Activities 

Conference Lay Leader 

T. S. WRIGHT 



Report of Board of Home Missions and 
Church Extension 



GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

Reidsville $168.75 

LAI RINBIRG DISTRICT 

Goldsboro 150.00 



WESTERN DISTRICT 

Statesville 93.75 

West Asheville 08.7.") 187.50 



WINSTON DISTRICT 

East Thomasville 26.35 

Mount Airy 37.50 

Trinity 37.50 101.25 

Total Scot. no 



The above report is for three quarters only as the remittance Tor the 
fourth quarter was received and distributed after the adjournment of con- 
ference, s. A. PEELER, Secretary. 



Report of Trustees 



CREDITS 

Balance brought forward 
Hamlet property : 

Kent received and held by R. B. M< Rae 
Received and held by R. B. McRae for sale of Rock 

ingbani property 
Interest on West Asheville note paid by G. -M. Phelps 

and H. A. Davis 
Interest on West Asheville note paid by 11. A. Davis 
Payment on principal of West Asheville note by H. A. 

I »avis 
Payment on Hill note (Collected and held by J. E. 

Brower) 
Notes for collection : 

Trinity Methodist Church, Wilmington $472.00 

Wilson Temple, West Asheville (.Made payable to 
G. M. Phelps, Trustee of X. C. Conference . 286.50 

Balance on loan to X. < '. Conference 55.00 

Publishing Committee 175.00 

Total 



$981.87 


70.00 


225,00 


27.00 

L'T.M) 


13.50 


200.00 



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DEBITS 

Kent collected on Hamlet property, held by R. B. McRae $50.00 

Repairs on Hamlet property 20.00 

Receipts from sale of Rockingham property, held by 

R. B. McRae * 197.50 

Costs for sale of Rockingham property and (Uh'iI for 

same 

Payment on Hill note (Collected and held by .J E 
Brower) 

Hoard of Pensions 

Fidelity Bonding Company 5.00 

( ncellected notes : 

Trinity .Methodist Church, Wilmington $472.00 

Wilson Temple, West Asheville (.Made payable to G. 

M. Phelps, Trustee X. C. Conference) 286.50 

Balanc on loan to X. C. Conference 55.00 

Publishing Committee 175.00 988.50 

Balance 444.37 



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1)0.011 

600.00 



Tota] $2,532.87 

S. A. PEELER, Treasurer. 



The Conference Board of Missions and Church 
Extension of The North Carolina Conference 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

District Supt. — R. W. Winchester, 425 Bennett St., Greensboro, X. C. 

Minister — J. E. Brower 000 S. Ashe St., Greensboro, N. C, 

Layman— Irvin Morris Reidsville, X. C. 

Youth— R. E. Brower , 609 S. Ashe St., Greensboro, N. ('. 

LAURINBURG DISTRICT 

District Superintendent — Robert McRae, Box 906, Hamlet, X. C. 

Minister— I* A. Watson Lumberton, N. C. 

Layman— J. F. McRae Maxton, X. <\ 

Youth— James Aaron Hamlet, N. C. 

WESTERN DISTRICT 

District Superintendent — G. M. Phelps, Box 575, Statesville, X. C. 

Minister— L. A. Brown 220 Woodfin St.. Asheville, X. C. 

Layman— Miss I. R. Jones Allen Home, Asheville. X. C. 

Youth— Miss Helen Phelps .. Box 575. Statesville, X. <\ 

WINSTON DISTRICT 

District Superintendent— R. F. McCallum, 72 Waughtown St., 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Minister— F. 1 ). Caldwell 6 Church St.. Thomasville, N. <'. 

Layman— T. A. Brower High Point, N. < '. 

Youth— Miss Phoebe Caldwell 811 E. 12i/j St., Winston-Salem. X. C. 

Conference Missionary Secretary 

Rev. T. H. Wooten Hickory. X. C 

President Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service 

Mrs. J. B. Caldwell Oil E. 12i/ 2 St., Winston-Salem, X. ('. 

Members of the General Board 

Mis. I>. I). Jones Bennett College, Greensboro, X. <'. 

R. W. Winchester 4'J4 Bennett St.. Greensboro, X. ('. 

Greensboro District Missionary Secretary 

J. K. Brower 609 S. Ashe St.. Greensboro. X. ('. 

Laurinburg District Missionary Secretary 

II. ('. Gannaway Box 366. Maxton. X. ('. 

Western District Missionary Secretary 

T. 11. Wooten Hickory. X. ( '. 

Winston District Missionary Secretary 

J. J- Jones Mount Airy, N. < ' 

Members At Large 

R. W. Winchester W. E. Hairston E. P. McCollum P.. L Burg^ 
R. C. Sharpe S. A. Peeler 

Executive Committee 

R. C. Sharp. Chairman; T. H. Wooten; R. W. Winchester. Treasurer 
S. A. Peeler. Secretary: L. A. Watson; Miss Helen Phelps; T. A. Browei 



Cald- 

T. R. 



Boards, Commissions and Committees 

BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING - R W Winchester s x 
Peeler, J. E. Brower, K. X. Brooks, I, A. Biwn P A Tavlm- W I 
Cameron, G. E. Hogue, F. D. Caldwell, W E Kn W O Thl« 

wooL McLeodi w - BL We "" H - c - (J ™^ »■ " 'i-'i'T'i;: 

TRUSTEES OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE— (1940-41^ r 1-1 
woll. W. T. Lomax, H. I, Ashe; (1941 42 V NJ Pass J E RrmV 
B. McRae; (1942-43) G. M. Phelpk R W^ wiachester! S. A Peeler 

F£™ °M Sfl^rSr? eV r ^ Scarbo ™S h < ^v. W. s. McLeod, 
Kev. L. M. Mayfield, Rev. C. L. Gidney, Rev. R. C. Shan, Prof Kermil 
Martin, Prof Clarence Winchester, Prof. s. T. Brooks, M? wnhite mTss 
Dorothy Phelps; Miss A. L. Gannaway, Miss Bettie Crump ' 

COMMISSION OX WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE— I \ [!,•„«•„ t 
H. Wootten, F D. Caldwell, s. a. Peeler, W. o .' ti oVnas >f "a ,' 

< . A. Brown, .!. A. Tarpley, E. P. McCallum, E. A. Toliver, Ted C 

BOARD OF TEMPERANCE-P. W. Jenkins, M. S. Laughlin, G. W Pat- 
tern L W Simpson, O. E. McCallum, G. W. Allen* .Mrs. e I) El- 
more, Miss M. 1, Herin, Miss Fannie Hall. 

R™H : S5 KI ^ TI t 0N « A ND MINISTERIAL QUALIFICATIONS 
P940-41) R. v Brooks, <>'. E. Hogue, S. A. Peeler; (1942-43) .1 C 
Rush G. H Caldwell, ... W. Shuford; (1943-44) K. D. Caldwell W E 
tianston, L. A. Brown. 

'(.MMISSiox ON EVANGELISM-R. E. McCallum, M. C. Laughlin, T. 
H. Wootten, .1. A\. Shuford, B. B. Barnes. Amos Harper, Prof EM 
^ekey, Mrs. Abigail Hayden, Mrs. Ernestine Reid, and District Supe^ 

EarD OF CONFERENCE CLAIMANTS- (1940-41) W. J. Cameron, B. 
& « n a' 'J rs ', ( V" Evens ' L - lL McLarin; (1041-4-) R. c. Sharp .1 
&, Hall A. E Graham, A. W. Hooper; (1942-43) R. F. McCallum C I 
&idney, Mrs. Daisy Erwin, Mrs. Agnes Horns " 

gARDOF LAY ACTIVITIES-Conference Lay Loader, T. S. Wright 
(,-vonsh,,,-,, ...s.n,, ,, ly i,>ador. D. D. Jones; Association Leader! Dr. 
laid Banks and Mrs. Abigail Hayden 

nErJsrzzs™"' L M - Hardin: Associate Leade ^ ™ 

RJnston District: Lay Leader, A. B. Reynolds; Associate Leaders Mrs 

A. M. Erwin and Mrs. Marie Carter. 
PDITIXO COMMITTEE— G. H. Caldwell, W. E. Hairston W I ('am 
jfOn, A. R. Reynolds. B. W. Stewart 
ESOLUTIOX OOMMITTEE-W. E. Hairston, C. I, Gidney, E. X. Mat- 

ISTOKMAL COMM1TTEE-S. A. Peeler. P. ,. Weils. R. W. Winchester, 
i>- A. \\ atson, Ira Friend. 

gnum, D. L. rhomas, T. C. Frazier. 

'hv!'"' l w K vV^ v T' I :: ATI0 ^- s - A - Peeler - N - J - Pass < p - a. 

R KhVne Scarborough. Reserve: B. E. Gleaves, R. 



DAILY PROCEEDINGS 



WEDNESDAY MORNING 

The Eighty-Fourth Session of the North Carolina An- 
nual Conference. Central Jurisdiction, convened in Saint Mat- 
thews Methodist Church, Greensboro, N. C, on Wednesday, 
October 28, 1942, at 9 a. m. Bishop R. E. Jones, presiding. 

Bishop Jones conducted a very helpful and impressive 
devotional service. 

Rev. J. E. Brower, by common consent was elected sec- 
retary of the conference. Treasurer, Rev. N. J. Pass. Statisti- 
cian, Rev. P. I. Wells. All ministers and lay delegates were 
requested by Bishop Jones to pass in their names that they 
may be recorded present instead of calling the roll. 

The following ministers and delegates were present: Re- 
tired Elders— J. J. Blanton, G. W. Byers, S. B. Cornelius, R. 
J. Shipp and B. F. Thomas. „ ^ T „ , 

Effective Elders— H. L. Ashe, R. D. Bethea, R. N. Brooks, 
j E Brower W. Burwick, L, A. Brown, B. L, Burdge, 
F D Caldwell, G. H. Caldwell, W. J. Cameron, H. A. Davis, 
J Q Dula, A. M. Erwin, T. C. Frazier, Ira A. Friend, H. 
C Gannaway, C. L. Gidney, B. F. Gleaves, J. W. Hall, D, 
A Hill G. E. Hogue, W. G. Hamilton, Bishop R. E. Jones, P, 
W. Jenkins, M. S. Laughlin, J. H. Ledwell, W. T. Lomax, R, 
F McCallum, E. M. McLeod, W. S. McLeod, J. W. Mickle, Rob- 
ert McRae, S. B. McBrayer, L. M. Mayfield, E. N. Mattison, N. 
J Pass, G. W. Patterson, S. A. Peeler, J. J. Patterson, G. 
M Phelps, R. B. Rhyne, J. C. Rush, A. M. Roberson, W 
C. Scarboro, R. C. Sharpe, J. W. Simpson, D. C. Skeen, J 
W Shufford, B. E. Staten, B. W. Stewart, P. A. Taylor, D 
L Thonlas, L A Watson, P. I. Wells, W. M. Wells, Arthur D 
Williams, C. N. Williams, R. W. Winchester, T. H. Wooten, H 
C. Woodland. 

Probationer — S. L. Towsend. 

Accepted Supply Pastors— J. L. Alford, Glenn Brooks 
Beverly Brown, Oscar Crutchfield, E. Frost, S. F. Ferguson 
E J. Foy, H. H. Houston. John Jones, G. D. Kirkland, H. M 
McNair, F. D. Morehead, Mrs. H. L. Parker, A. W. Stowe, C 

E. Strickland, Alex L. Walker. 

Lyamen— G. W. Allen, T. R. Adams, Robert Connor, Mrs 

F. D. Elmore, Mrs. L. B. Hairzlip, Miss Marie Jacobs. E. S 
Jones, Dr. D. D. Jones, Rev. Hurley Perry, Jessie Stroud, Mrs 
W. O. Thomas, Mrs. Maggie Williams, Dr. C. L. Whitter 
Oliver Pope. 

Motion prevailed that a committee on the Journal be ap 
pointed. . 

The Secretary, J. E. Brewer, was asked by the Bishop v 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 11 

name the committee. Dr. G. H. Caldwell, Rev. R. B. McRae 
and E. N. Mattison were named. 

On motion of R. W. Winchester the first six seats of the 
church were made the bar of the conference. 

Motion prevailed that the printed program become the 
official program of the conference. 

Introductions: Bishop Jones introduced Dr. Harry B. 
Gibson, of Youngstown, O. ; Dr. J. W. Haywood, president of 
Mrorristown college ; Dr. William McCallum, district superin- 
tendent of Columbus district, Columbus, 0. ; Dr. and Mrs. S. 
M. Riley, of Columbus, 0., and Dr. C. K. Brown, of Jackson- 
ville, Fla. Dr. Brown made impressive remarks after which 
Bishop Jones led the conference in singing "It Is Well With 
My Soul." Mrs. R. N. Brooks, of New Orleans, and Dr. Edgar 
Love, of New York, were introduced. Dr. Love spoke briefly. 

Rev. S. S. Seay, pastor of Trinity A. M. E. Z. church, 
Greensboro; Rev. W. C. Cleland, pastor of Bethel A. M. E. 
church were introduced by the Bishop. 

Rev. J. E. Brower presented Mrs. R. E. Jones to the con- 
ference. Rev. W. F. Eliott, pastor of the First Baptist church, 
High Point, was introduced. 

The conference stood with bowed heads as the secretary 
called the names of the deceased: 

Retired elder, J. R. McNair. Supply pastors — U. S. Mum- 
ford. S. E. Dunham, E. L. Fletcher and H. W. Covington. 
Pastor's wives — Mrs. G. W. Patterson. Mrs. C. A. Barrett and 
Mrs. S. L. May. Rev. J. W. Simpson presided while a very im- 
pressive memorial service was conducted. 

Hvmn, "Walk In the Light" was sung, after which Rev. 
D. L. Thomas read the Scripture. 

Hymn No. 518 was sung. 

Rev. J. W. Simpson presented Rev. L. A. Brown, of 
Asheville, who delivered a very impressive memorial address. 

Hymn No. 525 was sung. 

0^ the recommendation of R. W. Winchester the report 
blanks sent out by Bishop Shaw were adopted as the method 
of the pastor's reports. Announcements were made. Then 
Rev. G. W. Byers pronounced the benediction. 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 

2:30 p. m. — Several hymns were suns: led bv Dr. Harry 
B. Gibson. Rev. J. C. Rush led in praver. Dr. H. L. Ashe, dis- 
trict, superintendent of the Winston District, read his report. 

The pastors' reports of the Winston District were called 
and the following made reports: 

G. W. Patterson, L. M. Mayfield. W. S. McLeod, A. M. 
Erwin, H. C. Woodland, John Jones, W. G. Hamilton, F. D. 



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Caldwell, E. Frost, C. N. Williams, R. F. McCallum, Dr. H. L. 
Ashe reported for Mrs. L. Parker and G. H. Caldwell reported. 

Dr. R. W. Winchester, district superintendent of the 
Greensboro district, read his report. 

The following pastors of the Greensboro district made 
reports : 

W T. Lomax, R. D. Bethea, R. C. Sharpe, R. J. Shipp, 
J. Q. Dula, P. I. Wells, J. W. Simpson, J. W. Shuford, J. E. 
Brower, S. A. Peeler. 

Dr. R. N. Brooks, of New Orleans, was presented and 
spoke in the interest of the Christian Avocate Central Edi- 
tion. Dr. Brooks spoke in glowing praise for the manner in 
which the North Carolina conference has supported the 
paper. 

Hymn No. 245 was sung, after which Dr. W. A. Wallace, 
cf the Lexington conference, brought words of greetings. 

Dr. R. G. Morris, of Cincinnati, 0., was presented and 
brought glowing words which thrilled the conference. An- 
nouncements were made after which Dr. Wallace pronounced 
the benediction. 

THURSDAY MORNING 

Bit-hop Jones called the conference to order and con- 
ducted a short song service. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell, chairman of the committee on the 
Journal reported that the Journal had been examined and 
found to be correct. 

Dr. Caldwell recommended that the lay delegates who 
had not passed in their names to the secretary do so at once 
so that the record can be completed. 

Rev. R. B. McRae, district superintendent of the Laurin- 
burg district, made his report. 

Bishop Jones commented on the idea of group assem- 
blies mentioned in Rev. Mr. McRae's report, and recom- 
mended the same for all the districts. 

Rev. G. M. Phelps, district superintendent of the Western 
District, read his report. 

Hymn No. 106 was sung. 

Dr. R. N. Brooks made presentation of a check from the 
publishing house in the amount of $514.53. Dr. O. P. Quick, 
pastor of Cary church in Cleveland, O., was introdrced by 
Bishop Jones and brought greetings to the conference. 

Rev. L. A. Brown, chairman of the commission on World 
Service and Finance, made report. Rev. Mr. Brown made mo- 
tion that the report be adopted Which was seconded by Dr. 
R. W. Winchester. Dr. Edgar Love was present and made 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENC E l3 

remarks. He also suggested that we adopt the report. 

The report was adopted. (See report.) 

Rev T. H. Wooten made announcement as to material 
displayed m windows relative to the work of the Board of 
Missions and Church Extension. 

Bi l h ° P ,A P - S £ aw ' reaide nt bishop of the Baltimore 
area entered the conference amid smiles and thunderous ap- 

[Jlcl LI oc. 

Hymn No. 496 was sung. 

Bishop Jones presented Bishop Shaw who in turn pre- 
sented Dr. David D. Jones, president of Bennett College. 

President Jones presented Miss Jeanette White who sang 
accompanied by Miss Betty Ann Artis. President Jones pre- 
sented Mrs. Dorothy Bullock Hamilton, dean of freshmen 
who directed a panel discussion concerning life on the col- 
lege campus. Misses Margaret Shaw, Margaret Cardwell, 
Carol Arter, Catherine Baxter, Catherine Jones took part. 

Miss Banks, of New York, was presented and sang. 

Bishop Shaw made remarks as to the importance of the 
Lennett roll call and urged each charge to report at least one 
o?o ar ™ amps whlch ls equivalent to a government bond of 
M8.75. The roll was called by districts. (See report.) 

Resolutions was read by Rev. G. M. Phelps concerning 
the endowment of Bennett college. Rev. Mr. Phelps moved its 
adoption; Rev. R. C. Sharpe seconded the motion, and it was 
adopted. (See resolution.) 

Dr. W. C. Carter and Rev. W. C. Haywood, of New Or- 
leans, La., and Rev. Mr. White, of Roanoke, Va., were intro- 
duced. 

Rev. 0. Zollar, of the Christian church, Reidsville, N C, 
was introduced. 

Benediction: Bishop Shaw. 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON 

Hymn, "Draw Me Nearer" was sung. 
The pastors' reports of the Greensboro district were 
completed. 

The pastors of the Laurinburg and Western districts 
made reports. 

Bishop Jones called a meeting of the Board of Ministerial 
training, Committee on Conference Relation, the four district 
superintendents and Bishop Shaw. Bishop Jones requested 
Dr. Harry Gibson to lead the singing and Dr. J. W. Haywood 
to speak to the conference. This request was complied with, 
after which the benediction was pronounced. 



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FRIDAY MORNING 

Bishop Jones conducted a song service of favorite selec- 
tions. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell, chairman of the committee on the 
Journal, reported that the Journal had been examined and 
found corerct. 

Bishop Shaw was invited to the platform. 

Dr. Otto Leber, representing the Board of Pensions, was 
introduced and he presented the conference a check for $75 
from the Chartered Fund. 

Dr. D. W. Henry, pastor of Tenley Temple Methodist 
church, Philadelphia, Pa., was presented and spoke. 

Dr. Harry B. Gibson, of Youngstown, 0., was presented 
and spoke. 

Dr. Robert N. Williams, of Asbury church, Washington, 
D. C, was presented and spoke. 

Bishop Jones presented Bishop Shaw and he made re- 
marks. 

R. W. Winchester moved that the Food and Cash rally 
for Bennett college be held December 1. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell offered an amendment to the motion 
of Dr. Winchester to the effect the rally be held December 
15. Rev. W. C. Scarborough seconded the amended motion. 
A vote was taken and the amendment prevailed. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell requested the floor for the men of the 
Winston district. This was granted, and Dr. H. L. Ashe was 
requested to come to the front. The men and delegates of the 
district stood while Rev. W. S. McLeod made a presentation 
to Dr. H. L. Ashe, the reiring district superintendent of the 
Winston district. Dr. H. L. Ashe responded in a very ap- 
propriate manner. 

The four district superintendents were called before the 
conference and their characters passed, together with the 
men of their districts. 

Bishop called all members within the bar of the con- 
ference to vote on two constitutional amendments. (See 
amendments.) 

Amendment No. 1 to the Constitution of The Methodist 
church concerning bishops. Dr. R. W. Winchester made mo- 
tion that we accept the amendment strike out word ordain 
and accept the word consecrate. Ballots were cast as fol- 
lows: 

Members present, 91 ; votes cast, 88 for and none against. 

Amendment No. 2 to the Constitution of The Methodist 
church concerning Central Conferences. 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Ballots were cast as follows: 92 members were present- 
. members voted for and none against 

Dr. Willis J King was presented and spoke relative to 
amnion Theological Seminary. 

Mrs. A. P. Shaw was escorted to the front by Drs R W 
mchester and R. N. Brooks. Mrs. Shaw brought greetings" 

Bishop Jones presented Mrs. David D. Jones and Mrs! 
B. Caldwe 1, president W. S. C. Service, to the conference, 
rs. Caldwell made remarks. 

Elder Ledbeter, of the Holiness church, this city was 
esented. Dr. Leon S. Moore, of Chester. Pa. was also pre- 
nted. ' 

Hymn No. 66 was sung. 

Dr. J. W. Haywood, president of Morristown college, was 
esented and delivered a very thought-provoking address 

The benediction was pronounced and the conference ad- 
arned for dinner with Bennett college as host. 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON 

Hymn No. 148 was sung. 

Rev. H. C. Gannaway led in prayer. 

The floor was accorded Dr. G. H. Caldwell to read a reso- 
;ion relative to a Leadership Training Conference, pre- 
•ably held at Bennett college. (See resolution.) 

Dr. Brooks was asked to preside and after the singing 
Hymn No. 275, Dr. Brooks with very fitting remarks pre- 
lted Miss Dorothy Phelps, president of the Youth Fellow- 
p Organization, of the conference, who made a very fine 
iress showing some of the things done in the last confer- 
ee year and many references to things that should be done. 
e also gave the high spots of a meeting held at Lake Juna- 
ka 

TESTIMONIAL DINNER 

and 

PUBLIC MEETING 

honoring 

BISHOP ROBERT E. JONES 

upon completion of 

FIFTY YEARS IN THE MINISTRY 

BENNETT COLLEGE 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942 

WILBUR F. STEELE HALL 

DINNER 6:30 P. M. 



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MENU 
California Fruit Basket 
Olives Celery Pick! 

Roast Turkey — Giblet Gravy 
Southern Dressing 
Buttered String Beans Smothered Squa 

Cranberry Sauce 
Tomato Aspic Salad 
Hot Buttered Rolls 
Ice Cream ^ T Ca 

Mints Nuts 

Coffee 
Testimonals from a host of friends were mentioned 
Dr. J. E. Brower, host pastor. 

PROGRAM 
ANNIE MERNER PFEIFFER CHAPEL 

8:00 P. M. 

Dr. Robert N. Brocks, Editor, Central Edition of The Chr 

t'an Advocate, Presiding. 
Introduction of Visiting Guests. 
Greetings 

Miss Muriel Day 

New York City 
BISHOP JONES as a citizen 

Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown 

President, Palmer Memorial Institute 
As a member of the North Carolina Annual Conference 

The Reverend R. W. Winchester 

District Superintendent of the Greensboro District -- 
As an Editor 

Dr. A. W. Plyler, Editor 

North Carolina Christian Advocate 
As a Colleague 

Bishop Alexander P. Shaw. 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Presentation 
Response Bishop Robert E. Joi 

Music furnished by the Bennett College Choir under 
direction of Orrin Clayton Suthern, II. 

SATURDAY MORNING 

Session opened with Bishop Jones in the chair. 
Hymn No. 228 was sung. 
Prayer offered by Rev. J. W. Simpson. 
Hymn No. 140 was sung. 



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Dr. G. H. Caldwell, chairman of the Journal Committee, 
ported that the Journal has been examined and found to be 
Sect. J. E. Brower moved that we print 1,200 copies of the 
urnal and that the printed Journal become the official rec- 
1 of the conference. The motion carried. 

Dr. R. N. Brooks reported for the Committee en Confer- 
ee Relations. (See report.) 

The report was adopted. 

These elected to elders' order were: John L. Alford and 
ilton H. Houston. 

Those elected to Local Deacon's order were: Hulie L. 
rry, John W. Jones and Clarence E. Strickland. 

Those admitted on trial were: James H. McCallum and 
thur W. Stowe. 

George D. Kirkland was received on credentials from the 
Itist church as a deacon and placed in studies of the third 
ar. j 

Rev. G. E. Hogue invited the next conference to Char- 
te, and it was unanimously accepted. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell spoke of our responsibility to Gam- 
►n Theological Seminary financially. Rev. G. M. Phelps re- 
rted $25 for Gammon. Motion by Dr. G. H. Caldwell pre- 
iled that the conference proceed at once to collect as much 

• Gammon as possible. Dr. H. L. Ashe was given the floor 

• unreadiness, after which the Bishop rulled that this be 
ne by districts and net collect the money in conference ses- 
n. 

Rev. L. A. Brown, chairman of the Committee of World 
rvice and Finance, made report. It was adopted. (See re- 
I.) 

Motion of Rev. W. T. Lomax prevailed that the amount 
sed for the treasure read ''For treasury expense $300 or 2 

• cent instead of "For treasurer $300 or 2 per cent salary. 
Motion of R. W. Winchester prevailed that the auditing 

nmittee examine the treasurer's records and send each pas- 
a report. 

Rev. R. B. McRae requested the floor of the conference 
' a presentation. This presentation was made by Mrs. L. A. 
itson, who, with very fitting words, presented to the con- 
ence $125 for the Conference Claimants Fund, this amount 
en by the minister's wives' organization of the Laurinburg 
trict. 

Motion by R. C. Sharpe prevailed that we accept the re- 
't of the minister's wives of the Laurinburg district with 
inks and add the amount to our immediate distribution. 



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Motion of R. C. Sharpe prevailed that conference at 
journ at 1 p. m. 

Dr. R. W. Winchester made report on the undergraduatt 
of the conference. The report was adopted. (See report.) 

Rev. H. C. Gannaway reported on the accepted supp 
pastors. This report was adopted. (See report.) 

Dr. R. N. Brooks read report on men who are to reti: 
and moved the adoption of the report. (See report.) 

Bishop Jones asked the retiring men to say anything th( 
might wish. Dr. S. A. Peeler and Rev. J. W. Simpson mac 
very touching but fine-spirited messages which will live 
our minds and hearts for a long time. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell was requested by Bishop Jones to r 
spond, and he responded in glowing words and spirit for tl 
conference. The report was adopted. 

Rev. N. J. Pass, conference treasurer, made his repoi 
Rev. R. W. Winchester moved its adoption and it was adopte 

Dr. N. Forsyth, reprsenting the Board of Education, w, 
presented and spoke. 

Rev. R. C. Sharpe read report of the Committee of Co 
ference Claimants. Bishop Jones asked that the report 1 
withdrawn for the presentation of Miss Julia Titus, supe 
intendeirt of Allen High School, Asheville. Miss Titus broug 
greetings to the conference in very fitting words. 

Miss Muriel Day. of the W. S. C. Service, was present- 
and spoke. 

Rev. R. C. Sharpe proceeded with reports and moved l 
adoption which carried. (See report.') 

Motion by R. C. Sharpe prevailed that all the districts i 
pert as did the Laurinburg concerning the ministers wives 

Motion by Rev. R. W. Winchester prevailed that Rev. . 
J. Pass, the treasurer, take 2 per cent out of monies on hai 
and any additional monies as it comes in up to $300 for tres 
urer's expenses. 

A telegram was read by R. W. Winchester stating t 
passing of Mrs. S. L. May, one of our conference claiman 
widows, living in Thorn asville. The secretary was requested 
send a message of sympathy to the family, which he did 
once. 

Objectives read by Rev. T. H. Wooten were adopted. (S 
report.) 

Dr. S. A. Peeler reported for the trustees of the conf< 
ence. This report was adopted. 

Dr. R. W. Winchester moved that after expenses incurr 
the net balance in the treasury be sent to permanent fund. 

Dr. G. H. Caldwell reported that the auditing commiti 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 19 

had examined the records cf the treasurer and found them to 
be correct. 

The transfer of Rev. C. W. Perry to the East Tennes- 
see conference was announced. 

Rev. A. M. Erwin moved that the Lay Board of Activities 
meet and bring report of nomination of a Lay Leader to the 
conference tomorrow. It was carried. 

Chaplains Plenty Jenkins and C. W. Perry were present 
and spoke. Rev. Leon Moore, of Chester, Pa. ; Rev. W. H. Mc- 
Callum, of Columbus, O. ; Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Riley, pastor of 
Eleventh Street church, Columbus, O., and Dr. W. J. King, 
president of Gammon Theological Seminary, were presented 
and brought final words to the conference. 

Benediction: Bishop Jones. 

SUNDAY MORNING 

At 10 a. m. the Love Feast, conducted by Rev. G. W. 
By era and A. E. Robinson, was also a feast of spiritual in- 
spiration. 

At 11 the service began by singing Hymn No. 496, after 
which the choir sang to the delight of the congregation, an 
anthem, "As Pants the Heart," by Handle. Prayer was of- 
fered by Rev. H. L. Ashe. The choir sang an anthem, "Father 
to Thee We Pray," by Gounod. 

A collection cf $136 was given after an appeal by Rev. 
N. J. Pass. 

The secretary, J. E. Brower. presented the following can- 
didates for ordination as deacons: 

Hulie L. Perry, John W. Jones and Clarence E. Strick- 
land. 

The secretary then presented the following candidates 
for ordination as elders: John L. Alford and Holton H. Hus- 
ton. 

Bishon Jones brought a verv helpful and enthusiastic 
message, using" as his text, Phil. 26. 

Complementary resolutions were read by Rev. E. N. Mat- 
t\son. 

Rev. A. M. Erwin moved that after the reading of the 
jinpointments. that the conference stand adjourned, sine die. 
The motion prevailed. Mr. T. S. Wright was announced the 
conference Lav Leader for another year. 

The appointments were read and the benediction pro- 
nounced. 

PROGRAM 

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1942 

4:00 p. m. — Meeting of Board of Ministerial Training. Dr. 

R. W. Winchester, Chairman. Undergraduates, supply 



20 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

pastors, and such others as have been recommended by 
their District Conferences are expected to be present. 
7:30 p. m. — Welcome Addresses: 

On behalf of the city Mayor W. H. Sullivan 

On behalf of Inter-denomination Ministerial Alliance, 

Rev. S. S. Seay. 
On behalf of the Greensboro Ministerial Association, Rev. 

J. L. Levens. 

On behalf of local church Prof C. M. Winchester 

Response Rev. W. C. Scarboro 

Sermon Rev. J. W. Cameron 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1942 

9:00 a. m. — Devotions led by Bishop Jones 

Holy Communion: Bishop Jones, assisted by the four 
District Superintendents and the Pastor of the 
Church. 
10:15 a. m. — Organization of Conference. 

Memorial Service, presiding Rev. J. W. Simpson 

Address Rev. L. A. Brown 

12:00 — Business Session 
12:30 — Adjournment for Lunch 

2:30 — Devotions Rev. (). W. Burwick 

3:00 — Business Session: Statistical Report 
1 : 00— Address: Christian Advocate Anniversary and Roll 
Call 
Adjournment for Dinner 
7:30 p'. m.— Rev. R. C. Sharpe, Presiding 

Address: Dr. Edgar Love, of the Board of Missions and 
Church Extension and General Conference World 
Service Agencies 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1942 

9:00 a. m. — Devotions Rev. G. L. Gidney 

9:15 — Business Session 

11:30 — Devotional Message Bishop R. E. Jones 

12:30 — Announcements and Adjournment 

2:30 p. m. — Devotions Rev. W. E. Hairsto-.i 

3:15 — Business Session of the Conference 

4:00— Address Dr. Willis J. King 

(Of Gammon Theological Seminary) 

7:30— Anniversary W. S. C. Mrs. J. B. Caldwell 

President, Presiding 

Address Mrs. H. C. Case 

(Of Scranton, Pennsylvania) 

Remarks Mrs. J. B. Caldwell 

(President) 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 21 

8:30 — Anniversary Board of Education, presiding Pres D. 
D. Jones (Bennett College Night) 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942 

9:00 a. m. — Devotions led by Rev. J. C. Rush 

9:30 — Business Session 
11:00 — (a) Report of Conference Commission on World Fi- 
nance 

(b) Address: Dr. Edgar Love of Board of Missions and 
Church Extension 

(c) Address by Representative of General Boards and 
Agencies 

(d) Concluding Address Bishop R. E. Jones 

12:30 — Adjournment for Dinner (Bennett College) 

2:30 p. m. — Business Session 

3:00— Youth Fellowship Hour: Dr. G. H. Caldwell and Miss 
Dorothy Phelps 

4:00— Address Dr. D. W. Henry 

Announcements and Adjournment 
6:30 to 8:00— Banquet, Bennett College 
8:00— "Bishop R. E. Jones' Testimonal" 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1942 

9:00 a. m.— Devotions led by Rev. J. W. Hall 

9:15 a. m. — Business Session 
11:30 a. m. — Announcements and Adjournment 
4:00 p. m. — Address: Dr. D. H. Stanton, American Bible 

Society Representative 
2:30 p. m. — Business Session 

Announcements and Adjournment 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1942 
10:00 a. m. — Sunday School Session 

10:30 a. m.— Conference Love Feast led by Rev. G. W. Byers 
and A. E. Robinson 

11:00 a. m. — Worship Service. Sermon Bishop R. E. Jones 

Ordination Service 

Final Items of Business 

Reading of Appointments 

Music by Church Choirs, Mrs. C. C. Steward, Direstress 



22 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

A Resolution To Institute a Leadership Training 
Conference 



WHEREAS, the need for training leaders in promoting 
the Youth Fellowship Movement as outlined for the Youth of 
the Methodist Church (paragraphs 1128-1140 of the Discipline 
cf 1940) is so great, and 

WHEREAS the North Carolina Conference has no ade- 
quate program for training such leadership. 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 

That the North Carolina Conference approve the holding 
of a Conference- wide Leadership Training Confer ence to be 
held, preferably at Bennett, at such a time as may be agreed 
upon by a Commission on Conference Institutes. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 

That this Conference raise a Commission composed of the 
District Superintendents, ex officio, one pastor from each dis- 
trict, one lay person from each district, one Youth representa- 
tive from each district, the Conference Youth Counsellor, the 
Conference Director of Religious Education, and the Confer- 
ence Youth Fellowship Director. 

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that this Commission 
shall be charged with the full responsibility of working out 
all details incident to the holding of a Conference-wide Youth 
Training Conference, including time, place, program, funds, 
etc. 



Resolution 

"WHEREAS, The North Carolina Annual Conference of 
The Methodist Church, convened in Greensboro, North Caro- 
lina, at St. Matthews Church, on October 28-29, 1942, desires 
to pledge the sum of Ten Thousand (810,000) Dollars as a 
gift to the Endowment Fund of Bennett College, of Greens- 
boro, North Carolina, said amount to be paid in three install- 
ments and payment to be completed by June 1, 1945, the funds 
to be raised by the member-churches of the Conference. 

"NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the North 
Carolina Annual Conference of The Methodist Church, assem- 
bled and convened at St. Matthews Church, Greensboro, North 
Carolina, on October 28-29, 1942, that said Conference does 
hereby pledge the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars as 
a gift to the Endowment Fund of Bennett College, of Greens- 
bore, North Carolina, said sum of $10,000.00 to be raised by 
the member-churches of the Conference and to be paid 
$3,333.33 at the time of the 1943 Annual Conference, 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 23 

$3,333.33 at the time of the 1944 Annual Conference, and the 
balance of $3,333.34 on or before June 1, 1945." 



Complimentary Resolution 

It is with a sense of deepest gratitude that we give 
thanks to Almighty God for having spared us yet another 
chance to give an account of our stewardship. 

Methodism in the Old North State has been, we are sure, 
greatly lifted to a plane of perpetual sunshine, where it is 
impossible to remain in a state of contentment. This comes 
about because of the leadership of Bishop R. E. Jones, a noble 
son of the North Carolina Conference. 

This year not only were we fortunate and honored in 
having Bishop Jones preside ever our Conference, but Bishop 
A. P. Shaw, the resident bishop of the Baltimore area was 
also present. 

We desire to express our deepest appreciation to all of 
the speakers who appeared on our Conference program. More- 
over, inspiration was particularly derived from the fact so 
many came back to visit the conference who were once a part 
of it. We were happy to have President Jones, the choir 
and representatives of the college come to us. 

The people of St. Matthews, those in whose homes we 
stopped, and the people of Greensboro in general, could not 
have been more courteous and hospitable to us. 

We would not close without mentioning the various 
boards and their representatives who came to us. 

Fitting tribute cannot be paid the following veterans of 
the Way — Dr. S. A. Peeler, Dr. H. L. Ashe, and Rev. 
J. W. Simpson. 

Lastly, we reaffirm our belief in Almighty God, and in 
the power of His son, Jesus Christ, to yet make the Kingdoms 
of this world the dwelling place of the Eternal God. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
(Signed) W. E. HAIRSTON 

C. L. GIDNEY 
E. M. MATTISON. 



24 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
Constitutional Amendment 



Amendment No. 1 to the Constitution of the 
Methodist Church Concerning Bishops 

At its first quadrennial session, held in Atlantic City, 
New Jersey, April 24-May 6, 1940, the General Conference of 
The Methodist Church by more than the constitutional ma- 
jority of two-thirds (2-3), the vote being six hundred and 
seventy-five (675) for to none against, on Wednesday, May 
1, 1940, voted to send down to the Annual Conferences of The 
Methodist Church for their action, the following proposed 
amendment to the Constiution of The Methodist Church : 

Amend Paragraph 35, Article II of the 1939 Discipline 
of the Methodist Church, which reads as follows : 

"The Bishops shall be elected by the respective Jurisdictional 
and Central Conferences and ordained or consecrated in the historic 
manner of Episcopal Methodism at such time and place as may be 
fixed by the General Conference," by striking out the words "or- 
dained or" so that the Paragraph when amended will read as fol- 
lows : 

"The Bishops shall be elected by the respective Jurisdictional 
and Central Conferences and consecrated in the historic manner of 
Episcopal Methodism at such time and place as may be fixed by the 
General Conference." 



Official Certificate of Action Taken by the 
Annual Conferences 

At the session of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
of The Methodist Church, held in St. Matthews Church, 
Greensboro, on October 28-November 1, the above proposed 
Amendment to the Constitution of The Methodist Church 
came before the Annual Conference, in Conference assembled, 
and after being read and officially presented, was voted upon. 
The number of members of the Annual Conference present 
and voting was 91 ; the number voting AYE was 88 ; the 
number voting NO was none. 

ROBERT E. JONES, 

President 
J. E. BROWER, 

Secretarv 



Constitutional Amendment 

Amendment No. 2 to the Constiution of the 

Methodist Church Concerning Central Conferences 

At its first quadrennial session held in Atlantic City, 
New Jersey, April 24-May 6, 1940, the General Conference of 
The Methodist Church by more than the constitutional ma- 



NORTH CAR OLINA -ANNUAL CONFERENCE 25 

jority of two-thirds (2-3), the vote being six hundred and 
fourteen (614) for to none against, on Monday, May 6 1940 
voted to send down to the Annual Conferences of The Method- 
ist Church for their action, the following proposed amend- 
ment to the Constitution of The Methodist Church ■ 

Amend Paragraph 17, Article II of the 1939 Discipline of 
The Methodist Church, which reads as follows : 

"The Central Conference shall be composed of as many Delegates 
as shall be determined by a basis established by the General Confer- 
ence. The delegates shall be ministerial and Lay 'in equal numbers- the 
Ministerial Delegates to he elected by the Ministerial Members and the 
Lay Delegates by the Lay Members of the Annual Conferences" bv 
adding to the Paragraph the words "or the Provisional Annual' Con- 
ferences," so thai the Paragraph as amended will read as follows- 

The Central Conferences shall be composed of as many Del- 
egates ms shall be determined by a basis established by the General 
Conference. The Delgates shall be Ministerial and Lav in equal 
numbers, the Ministerial Delegates to he elected by the' Ministerial 
Members and the Lay Delgates by the Lav Members of the Annual 
Conferences, or the Provisional Annual Conferences" 



Official Certificate of Action Taken by the 
Annual Conference 

At the session of the North Carolina Annual Conference 
of The Methodist Church, held in St. Matthews Church 
Greensboro, on October 28-November 1, the above proposed 
Amendment to the Constitution of The Methodist Church 
came before the Annual Conference, in Conference assembled, 
and after being read and officially presented, was voted 
upon. The number of members of the Annual Conference 
present and voting was 92 ; the number voting AYE was 91 ; 
the number voting NO was none. 

ROBERT E. JONES, 

President 
J. E. BROWER, Secretary 

Certificate of President and Secretary 

This is to certify that the foregoing is a complete and 
correct report of the proceedings of the Eighty-fourth Ses- 
sion of the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist 
Church, Central Jurisdiction, held in St. Matthews Methodist 
Church, Greensboro, N. C, October 28th to November 1st, 
1942, and as such, together with the accompanying reports, 
has been adopted as its official Journal. 

(Signed) : R. E. JONES, 

President 
J. E. BROWER, 

Secretary 



26 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
Certificate of Ordination 



This is to certify that on Sunday afternoon, November 
1st, 1942, in St. Matthews Methodist Church, Greensboro. N. 
C, at the seat of the North Carolina Annual Conference, I, R. 
E. Jones, ordained Hulie L. Perry, John W. Jones, and Clar- 
ence E. Strickland as Deacons, and assisted by other Elders, 
ordained as Elders : John L. Alford and Holton H. Huston. 
(Signed) R. E. JONES, 

Bishop in the Methodist Church 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 27 



THE METHODIST CHURCH 

THE BUSINESS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

The Minutes of the North Carolina Annual Conference of 
The Methodist Church, held in Greensboro, N. C, from Oc- 
tober 28, 1942, to November 1, 1942. Bishop R. E. Jones, pre- 
siding. 

1. Organization — The following officers were elected: Secret ray. J. E. 
Brower, 609 Ashe St., Greensboro, N. C. ; Treasurer, N. .!. Pass, 
Shelby, X. C. ; Statistician, P. I. Wells, Greensboro* X. C. 

L\ Have the Boards, Commissions, and Committees been appointed? 

(a) Board of Ministrial Training, R. W. Winchester, S. A. Peeler, J. 
E. Brower, R. X. Brooks, L. A. Brown, W. J. Cameron, P. I). Cald- 
well. W. E. Hairston. W. S. McLeod, W. M. Wells. H. <\ Cannaway, 
G. H. Caldwell, T. II. Wooten, Pj A. Taylor, G. E. Hugue and W. O. 
Thomas. 

(b) Committee of Traveling Elders on Conference Relations and Min- 
isterial Qualifications: R. X. Brooks, G. E. Hogue, S. A. Peeler. .1. C. 
Push. <i. II. Caldwell. .1. W. Shuford, F. I>. Caldwell. W. E. Hair- 
ston. L. A. Brown. 

(c) Committee on Accepted Supply Pastors. 

(d) Committee of Investigation: S. A. Peeler, X. .1. Pass. R. B. 
Rhyne. W. M. Wells. W. C. Scarborough. Reserve: B. F. Greaves, 
(ej Districl Boards of Location and Building. 

(f) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference: G. M. Phelps, C. 
H. Caldwell. W. T. Poinax. H. L. Ashe. X. .1. Pass. .1. E. Brower, R. 
P.. McRae, R. W. Winchester, S. A. Peeler. 

(g) Annual Conference Commission on World Service and Finance: 
1.. A. Blown. T. II. Wooten. F. D. Caldwell. S. A. Peeler, W. O. Thom- 
as, T. A. Brower, C. A. Brown. .1. A. Tarpley, E. P. McCallum, F. A. 
Toliver. Ted Pass. 

(h) Town and Country Commission, 
(i) Annual Conference Deaconess Boa I'd : None. 

(j) Annual Conference Board of Missions and Church Extension: 
R. C. Sharpe T. H. Wooten, R. W. Winchester. S. A. Peeler. L. A. 
Watson. Helen Phelps, T. A. Brower. (Executive Committee.) 
(k) Annual Conference Board of Education: W. C. Scarborough, W. 
S. McLeod. L. M. Mayfield. C. L. Gidney, R. C. Sharpe, Kerinit Mar- 
tin. Clarence Winchester. S. T. Brooks, Miss Dorothy Phelps. Mrs. A. 
L. (iannaway. Miss Bettie Crump. 

(1) Annual Conference Board of Temperance: P. W. Jenkins, M. S. 
Laughlin, G. W. Patterson. .1. W. Simpson. <). F. McCallum. G. W. 
Allen. Mrs. F.'D. Elmore, Miss M. L. Herin. Miss Fannie Hall. 
(in) Annual Conference Boad of Lav Activities: Mr. T. S. Wright, 
Dr. D. D. Jones. Dr. Paul Banks. Mrs. Abigail Hayden. 
(n) Annual Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes, 
(o) Annual Conference Commission on Evangelism: Rev. R. F. Mc- 
Callum. M. C. Laughlin. T. H. Wooten, J. W. Shuford. P.. P.. Barnes, 
Amos Harper, Prof. E. M. Lackey, Mrs. Abigail Hayden. Mrs. Ernes- 
tine Reid and District Superintendents. 
(])) Distributing Committee. 

(q) Annual ('(inference Board of Conference Claimants: Rev. W. .1. 
Cameron. P.. F. Cleaves, Rev. J. C. Rush. Mrs. Cora Evans, Mr. L. 
H. McLarin, Rev. R. C Sharpe, Rev. J. W. Hall. Mrs. Agnes Her- 
man. Mr. A. R. Graham, Mr. A. W. Hooper, Q. L. Gidney, Mrs. Daisy 
Erwin. 



28 NORTH CA ROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

(r) Committee on Proportional Payment of Ministerial Support. 
(s) Other Committees, Commissions, or Boards. 

3. What Officers handling funds of the Conference have been bonded, 
and in what amounts? 

(a) N. J. Pass, treasurer, $5,000; S. A. Peeler, $1,000. 

(b) Have their books been audited? Yes. 

4. Are the records of the Secretary. Treasurer, and Statistician kept 
according to the forms prescribed by the laws of the Church? Yes. 

5. Is this Annual Conference incorporated" Yes. 

6. What date is determined for White Cross and Golden Cross enroll- 
ment. 

7. What is the schedule for Minimum Support of Pastors? 

8. What method is approved to provide for the salary of the District 
Superintendents? 15 per cent of pastor's cash salary. 

!t. What are the reports of the District Superintendents as to the status 
of the work within their Districts? See Reports. 

10. Are all the Preachers blameless in their life and official administra- 
tion? Yes. 

11. What Preachers have died during the year? J. K. McNair. 

12. Who are discontinued? 

13. Who are located? 

14. Who have withdrawn or l»een expelled V 

15. Who were transferred to other Conferences? C. W, Perry, East Ten- 
nessee Conference; R. S. Abernethy to Washington Conference; G. H. 
McMurray to Washington Conference. 

16. Who are supernumerary? 

17. Who are retired? H. L. Ashe. .1. J. Blanton, G. W. livers. S. B. Cor- 
nelius. Horsey McRae, Marcus Mundayi A. E. Robinson, R. J. Shipp, 
J. W. Simpson, B. F. Thomas. 

18. Who are granted Sabbatical Leave? None. 

19. Who are Admitted on Trial? 

(a) In Studies of the First Year: Arthur W. Stowe. James H. Mc- 
Callum. 

20. Who are Readmitted? 

21. Who are received from other Churches as Traveling Preachers? 

22. Who are received by Transfer from Other Conferences? 

23. Who have completed their Studies? 

24. Who have been continued in their Studies? 

(a) Of the Second Year? Samuel L. Townsend, advanced to second 
year. 

(b) Of the Third Year? (>. W. Burwick, J. J. Patterson, E. N. Mat- 
tison, Summie B. McBrayer, advanced to third year. 

25. Who are Admitted into Full Connection? None. 

26. Who have been Elected and Ordained Deacons? 

(a) Local Preachers: Hulie L. Perry. John W. Jones, Clarence E. 
Strickland. 

27. Who have been Elected and Ordained Elders? 

(a) Local Preachers: John L. Alford. Holton H. Huston. 

28. What other Personal Notation should be made? None. 

2!). Who are the Accepted Supply Pastors? J. L. Alford. A. L. Belo, P.. B. 
Barnes. Lonnie Barnes. C. W. Bailey, Glenn Brooks. Beverly Brown, 
E. T Campbell. AY. ('. Cook, Oscar Orutchfield. E. J. Fove. E. Frost, 
S. F. Ferguson. N. J. Graves. H. H. Houston. J. M. Joyce, B. C. Lit- 
tlejohn, C. B. Love. F. D. Morehead, H. M. McNair, Hulie L. Perry, 
H.iW. Phillips. H. L. Parker, E. A. Rush, Clarence E. Strickland. 
Andrew Williams. 

3<>. What Accepted Supply Pastors now in Charge are taking — 

(a) The Conference Course of Study? B. B. Barnes, Lonnie Barnes, 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 29 



C. W. Bailey, Glenn Brooks, Oscar Crutchfield, E. J. Foye, N .1 
Graves, E. P. Porter, Clarence Strickland, Andrew Williams, S F 
Ferguson, Beverly Brown, F. I >. Morehead, W. <\ Cook B Frost }\ 
H. Houston, J. M. Joyce, B. C. Littlejohn, EL M. McNair. 

31. Are the Accepted Supply Pastors blameless in their life and official 
administration? Yes, 

32. What Preachers, coming from other Churches, with recommendation 
from District or Quarterly Conferences, have had their Orders rec- 
ognized as Local Deacons? George D. Kirkland, placed in studies of 
the third year. 

33. Who constitute the Conference Committee of investigation' S \ 
Peeler, X. .1. Pass. w. M. Wells, w. c. Scarborough, R P. Rh'yne 
Reserve: B. F. Cleaves. 

34. Who is elected Conference Fay Leader? T. S. Wright. 

3."). What is the report of the Conference Treasurer ? See Report 
3d. What is the report of the Statistician? See Report. 

37. What are the Reports, Recommendations, and Plans of the Boards 
Commissions, and Committees of the Conference? See Report. 

38. What are the objectives of tins Conference for the coming year as 
stated by the Bishop in Charge, or a Committee appointed by him? 
See Report. 

:;!>. What are the items and aggregate <>f General and Conference Bene 
violences apportioned to this Conference? World Service $8 748- Gen- 
eral Administration, $185.04. 

41). What amount has been apportioned to the Pastoral Charges within 
the Conference to he raised for the support of Conference Claimants? 
Five per cent of pastor's cash salary. 

41. What are the approved claims for the support Of District Superin- 
tendents and Bishops for the ensuing year? IT, and 214 per cent re- 
spectively. 

42. Where shall the next session of the Conference he held? Simpson 
Chapel, Charlotte, X. C. 

43.Where are the Preachers stationed this year? See list of appointments. 



30 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
List of Appointments 

Note: The numerals at the right of the names indicate the number of 
years' service, including this year. 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

Charge Pastor Address Years 

K. W. Winchester, Dist. Sunt., 425 Bennett St., Greensboro N. C. 2 

Basses & Raleigh's Crossroads — W. T. Lomax, Box 62, Greensboro, N. C. 2 

Brown Summit — Eugene Black, 1324 Oakland Ave., Greensboro, N. C. 1 

Bullock Ct. — R. .1. Shipp, Box 4.'., Creedmore, X. C. 10 
Umpire Ct.— J. g. Dula, Rt. 1, Box 138, Seagrove, N, C. 
Greensboro: Browning Chapel, St. James — R. C. Sharpe, 717 S. 

Ashe Street, Greensboro 2 
High Street, Laughlin— P. I. Wells, Rt. 6, Box 56, 

Greensboro, X. C. 4 

North West — J. W. Simpson, Rt. 2, Box 374. Greensboro, X. C. . 7 

South— J. W. Shut'ord, 509 Bennett Street, Greensboro, X. C 8 

St. Matthews — J. E. Brower, 609 S. Ashe St., Greensboro, N. C. 3 

Kernersville Ct.— I). A. Hill, Asbeboro, X. C. 1 
Xewporl Xews and Pleasant Ridge — S. L. Townsend. 1240 29th St., 

Newport Xews, Va. 2 

Oxford— J. W. Hall, P. <>. Box 332, Oxford, X. C. 17 

Raleigh — W. J. Cameron, State College Station, Raleigh, X. C. 2 

Ramseur — 10. M. McLeod, Ramseur, N. C 2 

Randleman— B. E. Staten, Rt. 1, Box 34, Randleman, X. C. 3 

Keidsville— J. C. Rush, P. O. Box 912, Reidsville, X. <\ 4 

l.eaksville— B. W. Stewart, Box 923, Leaksville, X. C 5 

Summerfield, Collins Orove — R. P. Bethea. 417 High St., Greensboro 1 

Wesley. Chapel-Hill— J. H. Ledwell, (522 Warren St., Greensboro, X. C. 2 

LAURINBURG DISTRICT 

The list of appointments and pastors of the Laurinburg District, X. C. 
Conference 
Charge Pastor Address Years 

R. B. McRae, Hist. Supt., P. 0. Box 609 Hamlet, X. C 4 

Bolton— C. C. Campbell. Bolton, X. O, Rt. 1 3 
Bomore & Alt. Zion — Beverly Brown, 20 Hastie Loop, Washington 

Square. Fayetteville, X. C. 2 
Charlotte: Simpson Memorial — G. E. Hogue, 309 S. Graham St., 

Charlotte, N. C. 3 

Boulware Chapel— O. W. Burwick, 1215 Beattys Ford Rd., Charlotte 1 

Fayetteville— J. J. Patterson, 114 Cumberland St., Fayetteville, X. C. 3 

Fairmont— B. B. Barnes. P. (). Box 361, Rowland, X. C. 3 

Goldsboro— C. E. Strickland, 839 X. John St., Goldsboro, X. C. 2 

Hamlet— W. O. Thomas P. O. Box 946, Hamlet, X. C. 3 

Hoffman Circuit— James H. McCallum, R.F.I >., Rowland, X. c. :> 

Hickory Bend— Bonnie Barnes, Rt. 1, Maxton, X. C. 2 

Johns and Beaver Dam— P. W. Webb, P. O. Box 782, Hamlet, X. C. 2 

Laurinburg, Cool Spring— W. M. Wells, P. O. Box, Laurinburg, X. C. 7 

Lumberton— L. A. Watson, P. O. Box 608, Lumberton, X. C. 2 

.Maxton, Piney (irove— H. C. Gannawav. P. O. Box 300 Maxton X C .", 

Millers— H. M. McNair, P. O. Box. Red Springs, X. c. 3 

Philadelphia. Xew /ion, Pembroke— B. F. Cleaves. Maxton N. C 1 

Bed Springs, Beauty Spot— R. B. Rhyne, P. ( ). Box. Red Springs. X. C. 2 

Rowland and Salem— J. L. Alford, Rowland, N. C. 1 

Sanford Circuit— D. L. Thomas. 508 Chamberlain St. Raleigh 1 



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Southern Pines— Carey Hugley, P. O. Box 1070, Fayetteville N C 1 

Wingate— D. A. Williams, Monroe, N. C. _ ' 

WESTERN DISTRICT 
Char S e Pastor Address Years 

plat Supt— G. M. Phelps, Box 575, Statesville, N. C. ,; 

Lsheville— L. A. Brown, 220 Woodfin St., Aaheville, N. C 3 

Bonne Ct.— A. \V. Stowe, Boone, X. C. 3 

Catawba Ct.— G. D. Kirkland, Lincolnton, \ C •' 

Forest City Ct.— J. W. Mickie, Box 595, Forest City X C 1 
|astoiiia Ct-C L. Gidney, 520 York St., Gastonia, N. C 

Uramte 1- alls <\ \V. Bailey, Wilkesboro N C ~i 

ES^^ a -^ P w Fe l: gerso i 1 ' SS Gon S^s St., Ashe'viile, N. C. 2 
I lckory < t. l. H. Wooten, 7.17 s. 12th St., Hickory, N C 

Kings Mt. ( t.— D. S. Skeen, Thomasville N C o 

Lawn.lale Ct.— N. J. Pass, Box 76, Shelby, X C 14 

j' UnV l ,H~y £' ^; ar, " ,, " ,1 - lK - 1T K;iIlki " St., Lenoir, X. <\ 3 

Lenoir Ct.— H. H. Houston, Mooresville \ C q 

Lincolnton Ct.— A. M. Robertson, Lincolnton X C 9 

Marion Ct.— M. S. Laughlin, Marion. N C " 

looresville Ct. Ira Friend, Mooresville X C q 

Bt. Holly Ct. E. X. Mattison, Mt. Holly N c' J 

fewton Ct.— S. B. McBrayer, Newton, N c' % 

■Jheiby Ct.— Glen Brooks, Box 503, Newton, N. C 7 

•atesville Ct.—B. L. Burge, Statesville, N C q 

. nion Mills— .J. J. Blanton, Marion, X C ]! 
|. Aaheville— Henry Davis. 101 Burton St.. Aslieville X C 

,\ Ukesboro Ct.— T. C. Frazier. Box. Winston-Sale,,,, ' x/ r 1 

WINSTON DISTRICT 

1942-1943 

(All addresses in North Carolina) 
. r x, 1 ^,, 86 Fastor Add «*S Years 

&v»; M, ' (aU ;:"; 'V*""'' Superintendent, 7* Waughton St., w. Sale,,, 1 
she";" i?i' r ° Ve °- <: BynUffl ' Box ** Winston-Salem, X. G. 2 
tteboio— W. B. Harrison, 19 Greensboro St., Asheboro, X C 
■tin and JonesviHe— G. W. Patterson, P. O. Box 424, Elkin \ r '2 

FulT w?m f' [ T^- ^ l L ^"J'fleld. R t- 3, High Point, X. C. 2 
t. Maik— W. s. McLeod, 73;. E. Washington St., High point X C 

ex,,,,ton-W. C. Hamilton, Pox 433, High Point, X. C 1 

[adison 1 and Stoneville— A. M. Erwin, Box 202, Madison, X. C 4 

m li y VV>' ^::f :uul ,;,1V S;ltv B ™ Co., Winston-Salem 1 

gnook and Boones Mill— 1, W. Camp, Madison 

Pd Bank and Walkertown— *Alex Walker, 1017 K. 12th St., 

,,,-.,, 11 11 . ,,-, . ,, Winston-Salem, X. < '. 2 

'"••'1 Hall and Piioi Alt.- John Jones, 1009 Benbow Rd., 

I w „.„ ,, . ^ , . , , Greensboro, N. ('. 2 

"oiasMlle: Eas *S. A. Peeler, 803 Julian St., Greenaboro, X. C. 1 

••..bus and M.duay F. D. Caldwell, 6 Church St., Thomasville 5 
""•\ ■ ,ml GHenola- F. Frost, K. F. D. Box 17, Mocksville, X C 

amui ( ove — Supplied ...... - 

|ston-Salem: Mt. Pleasant and Chestnut Grove— Coy X. Williams. 

808 Graham St., Winston-Salem X C 4 

' Andrews— *H. L - Ashe, 72 Waughtown St.. Winston-Sale,,, N C 1 

• Home- *L l. Phillips, : j .<i:» Dixie Broadway, Winston-Salem N C 1 

• Paul (, Haven Caldwell, 911 E. 12% St., Winston-Sale,,,' X' ( ■' Q 



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SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 

R. N. BROOKS, Editor, 
Christian Advocate, 
Central Edition, 
631 Baronne St., 
New Orleans, La. 

G. HAVEN CALDWELL, 

Conference Youth Counsellor, 
911 E. 121/j St., 
Winston- Salem, N. C. 

1*. A. TAYLOR, Instructor, 
Bennett College for Women, 
Greensboro, N. G. 



'Supply 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 33 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

In accordance with paragraphs 1172 and 1173 of the dlscip] we 

the members of the Board of Education, make the following reeommenda- 
pons : 

(1) That we co-operate fully with the general hoard of education in 
advancing- the interests of Christian education. 

(2) That we develop support for the educational institutions within 
the bounds of the Annual Conference. 

(3) We recommend further that the Conference will concur with 
the wishes of President David Jones of Rennett College and the sug- 
gestions made by both the resident bishop and our presiding bishop 
Bishop Jones, that we raise an amount equal to one-half of the Endow- 
ment of $10,000 for Bennett College by December 15, 1942. We pledge 
our unstinted support to the District Superintendents and all others who 
have the responsibility of raising the endowment fund. 

urge the use of the literature furnished by the General 
ation at Nashville for the promotion of Church School, 
rh Work in every department. 

Respectfuly submitted. 

SigIMM]. 

W. C. L. SCARBOROUGH, 

L. M. MAYFIELD, 

C. L. GIDNEY, 

R. C. SHARPE, 

< 5LARENCE WIN< "HESTER, 

MISS DOROTHY PHELPS, 

MISS BETTIE CRUMP, 

MISS A. GANAWAY, 

W. S. McLEOD, 

S. T. BROOKS. 





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REPORT OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, 
GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

dr. Chairman, Brother Ministers and Lay Members of the North Carolina 

< 'onference. Greeting : 

Bishop Jones, please permit me to express my deepest appreciation 
I having you with us as a member of this conference ami also as our 
■residing bishop in this annual conference. We have honored ourselves by 
ndeavoring to keep the inscription of your name upon the Conference 
<'H. since the time you were elevated to the Episcopacy. And. too, be- 
ause of the rare occasion in your ministry of which more will be said in 
more formal way. during the Conference. Our resident Bishop has 
Iso graced this Conference with his official presence, in the person of 
Br beloved In-. A. P. Shaw. 

I must express my gratitude and thanks to my predecessor, the Rev. 
V. T. Lomax for the fine and untiring work done to advance Methodism 
.ithin the Greensboro district and also throughout the Conference. Much 
f our success has been the result of the fruit of his labor. Beseeching 
■vine guidance with the mutual co-operation of the pastors and laymen 
I the district we bring to you the report of our labor. We done, in 
'.v "l'inion, a fine job of work. As district superintendent I have en- 
eavored to do my duty to the best of my ability, observing tin- laws. 
Res ami regulations of the Church. I have urged the proper upkeep of 
le church property, the payment of debts. Church repairs, the propor- 
onal distribution in all ministerial claims, the benevolent interest, and 
)e importance of an evangelistic Church. And the report of the pastors 
1,1 indicate that they have wrought well. Our District meetings have 



34 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

been gratifying and helpful. The District Conference, Missionary insti- 
tute. Church School Convention with many other get-together meetings 
have proven to be profitable and helpful. The health of the pastors in 
the main has been good with few exceptions. Brother Rush has been ill 
quite a bit this year but has recently made much improvement. Brother 
Grower has recently been attacked with the influenza. He is now up and on 

the job. 

Much attention has been given to Church repairs in the district and 
one church has been completed as a new building. The following Churches 
have been painted, Reidsville, Leaksville Church and parsonage, Piney 
Grove, Warren Street, with other improvements. Browning Chapel with 
much repairing, Basses Chapel, Raleigh Cross Roads. Mt. Carniel has 
completed her new Church which is one of the neatest little Churches 
in the Conference, with some incumbrance. Reidsville Church has made 
a fine showing in debt paying this year even though the pastor has been 
somewhat ill at times in health. Our Church in Raleigh has done much 
repair work. Quite a bit of stress lias been laid on the importance our 
church periodicals, most especially the Christian Advocate. Church litera- 
ture from our own publishing houses, the Youth Fellowship work among 
the youth and also the lay activity in general throughuot the district. 
(Mir district lay leader has mailed several letters to this effect. 

Bennett College has been before us the entire year in one way or the 
other. The food and cash rally was outstanding in many ways. I have 
never witnessed a finer spirit in a similar rally for this great school for 
our girls. There is a drive on for endowment of which we hope to do 
our part. We have manifested an interest in securing students for Ben- 
nett College. We have influenced several to turn their mind and eyes 
Bennett-ward. 

The war situation has caused many drastic changes since Pearl Har- 
bor was struck by the Japanese last December. The curbing of travel. 
the rationing of gas and rubber, the restriction on cars, the calling of 
most of our most efficient young men to arms and their fathers to de- 
fense jobs all over the country have upset local conditions in many of the 
local Churches. 

But 1 have ever endeavored to keep the bright side before the Church, 
saying to them that God moves in a mysterious way His wonders to 
perform. I have urged our people to buy all the stamps and bonds they 
are able to purchase for the safety of themselves and our government. 
While there may be some things existing in the government we do not like 
— lynching for instance — yet we are living in the best government on the 
face of the 1 earth. Therefore let us do our part in keeping the stars and 
stripes afloat in America and until racial misunderstanding may be ban- 
ished from the earth so that justice, peace, happiness and racial under- 
standing may cover the earth as the water covers the mighty deep, 

Respectfully submitted by 
R. W. WINCHESTER, 
District Superintendent of Greensboro District North Carolina Conference. 
Central Jurisdiction. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 
Your committee submits the following report : 
I. Local Ministry 

1. Deacon's Orders : 

Hulie L. Perry 
John W. Jones 
Clarence E. Strickland 

2. Elder's Orders : 

John L. Alford 
Holton H. Huston 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 35 

II. Admission on Trial : 

James H. McCallum— Age 24. Single. 
Arthur W. Stowe— Age 28, married, no children. 
Pledge : 

"Will you abstain from the use of tobacco and other in- 
didgencies which may injure your influence?" 
Signed: I will, JAMES H. M'CALLUM, 
III. Received <>n Credentials: 

George I >. Kirkland, age 14. 2 children. 
IV. Retired Relations: 
Bugh L. Ashe 
Silas A. Peeler 
John W. Simpson 
X. B. The Committee has requested G. Haven Caldwell to speak words of 
appreciation to these men for the Committee and for the Conference. 
The Committee 
R. X. BROOKS 
G. E. HOC IE 
S. A. PEELER 
.1. C. RUSH 
O. H. CALDWELL 
.1. W. SHFFFORD 
F. D. CALDWELL 
W. E. HAIRSTON 
L. A. BROWN 



REPORT OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT. 
LAURINBURG DISTRICT 

Pear Bishop Jones, .Members of the North Carolina Conference and 

Friends: 

I am nappy to present this my third report of the work of the Laurip- 
burg District. A Good Providence has smiled upon us this year, and as I 
greet you it is with the realization that: 

"I bring to you no message graced 

with wonders I have done : 

No .ureal achievement can I show 

at this year's set of sun. 

Put humbly I submit to yon 

This record of my task, and 

if it meets with your approval 

That is all that I shall ask. 

I have given of my best to you 
with heart and courage strong:. 
While I prayed for keener Vision 
That my acts might not he wrong, 
Doubtless I have erred in judgment, 
Have not clearly seen my way. 
Put I trust you will judge me kindly 
By what I have tried to do each day." 

One short year ago I was commissioned to lead the forces of the 
Lauirnburg District for another year. I accepted it as an act of confi- 
dence. I hastened to my task with the determination through the help 
of Almighty God and the support of loyal pastors and members to 
achieve for the Kingdom sake. Very soon after the close of the annual 



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conference we called a meeting of all the pastors to meet at Maxton, 
N. C, and there we laid our plans for our year's work. At the meeting 
we missed the faces of several pastors who had been with us in previ- 
ous years but who had gone, to labor elsewhere in the conference. While 
we regretted very much to lose the fellowship of those ministers we were 
happy to welcome four new pastors who had come to take their places 
with us. All of the new men were kindly received by the charge to which 
they were sent and started the year with signal success. All the old 
pastors who returned to their same charges were welcomed and their 
work has progressed through the year. Thus a very fine spirit of fel- 
lowship and brotherhood has prevailed through the district. 
TRANSFER 
At our last annual conference Rev. P. W. Webb was transferred from 
the Southwest conference and stationed at Johns and Heaver Dam. Bro. 
Webb went to his task not as a tenderfoot but as one who had been a 
leader in the church and knew what to do. The communities where he 
serves are loud in their praise of him as a Gospel preacher and his report 
will show that he has proved himself as a great leader. 

On the Laurinburg District we have thirty-five churches served by 
eighteen loyal pastors. Five of these churches are stationed and the 
other Thirty are divided among the other thirteen pastors, causing them 
to have from two to four each. Two of these churches are in two of 
the largest towns in the state. Charlotte, Fayetteville. Three others are 
in smaller towns and cities: Hamlet. Goldsboro, and Lumberton. To 
travel the Laurinburg district necessitates the traveling of about 4,000 
miles a quarter. I have held each quarterly conference and visited 
everv church. 

SICKNESS AND DEATH 
Death lias dealt general with us this year and only serious illness 
has been noted among our active ranks. Rev. U. W. Covington, a supply 
pastor, was taken seriously ill and passed to his reward last week. We 
have felt the sting of death in our midst, however, among our ministerial 
families, -lust after the close of our last annual conference Rev. J. R. 
McNair. a retired minister, folded his tent and quietly stole away to be 
with his Lord. On October 1. Rev. E. L. Fletcher, a retired supply pastor 
heard the Master call and joined loved ones on the other side of the 
river. They all died in the Faith and as true Christian Pilgrims have 
entered the city which has a foundation whose builder and maker is God. 
This has been a year full of challenges, and with the rise of the 
economic conditions we have urged our people to give to the cause of 
Christ as the Lord has prospered them, and our first effort this year 
was for education which came within a few weeks following the annual 
conference. This was an inopportune time for us to do as much for the 
College as we would like but our report at that time was the largesl we 
had ever made. I have every reason to believe that when all reports are 
in our showing for the cause of education will be pleasing. 
CHURCH IMPROVEMENTS. 
Having come through ten years of depression we found many of 
our churches in the district badly in need of repairs and we have urged 
our pastors and members to take care of the churches or we would have 
nowhere, to worship. There has been much improvement to church prop- 
erty this year. Time will not permit me in this report to mention in 
detail all the improvements made by all the churches. The churches 
that have been painted are Mt. Zion, Bomore, Rev. Beverly Brown, pastor. 
Red Springs. Rev. R. B. Rhyne. pastor. Salem. Rev. B. F. Cleaves, pas- 
tor. Union Orove, Sanford circuit, Rev. J. L. Alford, pastor. Also on the 
same charge the Mt. Olive church has installed new pews. Gallile church 
it) Laurinburg. Rev W. M. Wells, pastor, has money on hand and plans 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 37 

worked out to install new pews in this church. St. George church at Max- 
ton, Rev. H. C. Gannaway, pastor, has completed the brick work around the 
church and were it not for the government priority on material would 
have completed the interior. St. Peters Church, Hamlet, Rev. W, O. 
Thomas, pastor, has put a concrete floor in the basement. Several years 
ago when the city of Charlotte was widening the street by our Simpson 
Memorial Church there they took off several feet of our Church and left a 
very bad lookng sight there, and left no money for repairs. Rev. G. \Y. 
Hogue and the good people there have built a very beautiful front, 
changed the steps, and painted the interior, and have given us a very 

beautiful Church in Charlotte, our Church at Fayetteville, under the 

leadership id' Rev. .1. .1. Patterson has been almost completed this year. 
They gave to the District Conference a fine entertainment. Rev, B. B. 
Barnes, an accepted supply pastor, has saved Methodism in Fairmont. 
Through his .untiring efforts we have one of our most beautiful little 
Churches in Fairmont. They, even though small in membership, always 
lead in paying their assessments. One new church has been built in 
Bolton, X. C. Rev. B. O. Campbell is the pastor. 'While the names of 
Brother L. A. Watson and Rev. C. E. Strickland do not appear in the 
line of Church improvements it is to be remembered that the Church at 
Lumberton where Bro. Watson serves was newly built but bis work has 
been just as outstanding as the other pastors of the District, and also 
the church in Goldsboro where P.ro. Strickland serves is a new church 
also. They both are in favor witli their people. So the entire District 
has had a fine year and I think both preacher and people are happy. 
Our people have had a good year financially and they have given good 
account of themselves by standing by their churches. 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

1 have urged every claim of the Church this year and unless there 
has been some misgiving in the reports of the fourth quarterly conference 
1 feel safe, in saying that every claim of the Church that has been pre- 
sented this year with the exception of possibly one or two will be found. 
The pastors have all been paid in full with the exception of' two. Most 
of the pastors have been paid more than they were promised . The peo- 
ple have shown a fine spirit this year in taking care of their pastors. 
In several cases the pastors were paid out before conference more than 
a month, and they continued to pay them as before. To show their faith 
there have been a raise in pastor salary on the District from $100 to 
$360 the hi -best. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 

J >r. Brooks, editor of the Advocate, sent to each District an accepted 
quota and we set out to raise the same. We have stood by the paper and 
for several years have led the conference in support of the Advocate, not 
because we were trying to lead but because we were trying to do our 
duty because of the worth of the paper in and among our members. We 
shall continue to give our support and urge our people to continue to read 
the paper because of the information that conies to us from it. 
CONFERENCE CLAIMS 

The presence among us of these men who have built lor us these 
churches we are now serving is a great inspiration. When we think of 
what we are giving to them to live on is something to kill our spirit 
and pride. We have urged with special emphasis that this claim be raised 
in full. I feel that we as a conference ought to plan in a larger way for 
our retired ministers. I have watched with interest what the other con- 
ferences are doing and we have patterned somewhat after them in that 
at our last District Conference we organized the Ministers' wives into 
an organization and asked them to raise and report at the Annual Con- 
ference a certain amount for Conference Claims. Mrs. L. A. Watson is 



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president and has had the complete co-operation of the other ministers' 
wives of the District. They will give a good account of themselves at this 
Annual Conference. It is ' hoped that each District will do the same 
another year and thereby increase our claims by several hundred dollars. 
RETIRED MINISTERS 

Only one retired minister lives in the Laurinburg District. Rev. 
Marcus Monday. He is enjoying splendid health ami is regular in his 
attendance at his church. His children are making last days happy 
ones, and like Abraham of old. he sits in the door of his tent awaiting 
the visitation of Angels and the sum mon s to move out. 
GROUP ACTIVITIES 
The rationing of gas has made it hard to carry on our separate meet- 
ings witli the different groups and we have combined them and once per 
quarter we plan what is called District round up. at which time every 
organization in the District, Pastors, Ministers Wives'. W. S. C.S., Lay- 
man, Youth Fellowship meet one day at Laurinburg. and have our sep- 
arate meetings and close out with a general assembly and this has added 
strength to our work, and has caused each group to have larger meeting 
than they would without such a meeting. The expenses are taken care of 
under one head. All of our District meetings have been largely attended 
this year, and quite successful. 

SPIRITUAL CONDITIONS 

The spiritual condition of the District is very good and in almost 
every charge there have been revival meetings and many souls have 
been added to the church this year, and in some of the churches there is a 
revival almost every Sunday and as of old members are being added 
to the Church daily. 

CONCLUSION 

Bishop Jones: We. the North Carolina Conference, feel highly honored 
to have you with us to preside over this session id' our Conference. Com- 
ing back to the place where you began your ministry ."><> years ago must 
bring to you a joy that only he who reaches it can know. Within a 
short while you will be honorably released from active duties of the 
Church and claim that rest which you so richly deserve. Your life will 
continue to be an inspiration to us. May the Lord our Cod continue to 
be with you as he has been in the past, and your strength and salvation 
as he is ours. 

1 do not ask for a year's work to be more pleasant than tins one 
has been. I have enjoyed the support of every pastor in the program 
of the church, and not a single asking has gone unnoticed by the pastors. 
Were it possible for each pastor to return to his same appointments and 
remain until my time on the District was out nothing would please me 
more. Since it is not possible, I am expressing my sincere thanks to 
both pastor and people for the fine spirit of cooperation given me. and 
pledging to all my best in whatever services 1 may lie assigned for an- 
other year. 

ROBERT 15. M'RAE, District Supt. 



REPORT OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, 
WESTERN DISTRICT 

District Superintendent's Report to the Annual Conference October 
28, UI4L'. 
Bishop Jones, Brother Ministers and Friends : 

1 am privileged to represent a group who come to the seat of this 
Annual Conference, with a very high degree of satisfaction and prayerful 
anticipation. 

We rejoice not only in our accomplishments of the year made pos- 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 39 

sible by Him that strengthened us. But we give praise, we give thanks to 
our Heavenly Father for this choice leader, who will not only preside 
during this Animal Conference, but will make possible a fellowship with 
one whose life has been sweetened and ripened through fifty years of true 
and devoted service. We come further with prayerful and joyful anticipa- 
tion, that God shall not only bless him with health and strength to serve 
the few more years in active service, but our prayer is that retirement 
for him shall only make possible many years of service in that capacity 
which continuous loyal service has fitted him for, and in which he will 
lie so much needed. 

In making my report for the Western District, I shall not yield to 
the temptation to discuss some of the various effects made possible by a 
world at war. Nor shall 1 attempt to make a detailed report of the work 
done. 1 count it only necessary to assure you that every cause has been 
sincerely and faithfully represented. The ministers' reports will show 
this when a final check up is made. You will expect, however, that 1 
at last mention with a word of information concerning the causes repre- 
sented. 

Evangelism — On the Western District we still have Camp Meetings 
which are attended in large numbers, this with the various other methods 
of evangelism is bringing some results, in adding many to the kingdom 
and reviving many of those who had become inactive. 

We are thrilled beyond words at the growing interest in reading the 
Church publications, particularly The Christian Advocate, The Methodist 
Woman, The Methodist Laymen, Tidings, and The World Out Look. The 
Christian Advocate enjoys a wider circulation than any id' the rest. This 
can be accounted for though through the skillful planning of its efficient 
editor, and the unstinted support of each minister. This reading leadership 
in many ways accounts for the new day which has come to thei Western 
District. 

Benevolence — In the past year or two we have beat ourselves in 
benevolent giving. Last year for World Service we gave something over 
thirteen hundred dollars, this year beyond fourteen hundred. For Bennett 
College last year between three and four hundred, this year over six 
hundred. It should be made known, however, that this advance comes 
in response to the urgent plea made by Bishop Shaw who, alert to the 
needs of the whole Church, has ever kept them before us. 

You will be interested in knowing further that Gammon Theological 
Seminary and Allen Home are to receive their share in the educational 
budget. Allen Home located on the extreme end of the Western District 
is filling a need not met by any other institution. It is crowded this 
year to the extent that other facilities have had to be secured. 

Before closing my report 1 must make mention of the unsurpassed 
spirit of co-operation exemplified by both ministers and laymen. This 
was evidenced in their attendance of both group and district meetings. 
The help received from these meetings are beyond estimating, for they 
were rich in their ideas id' helpfulness and in a large way furnished 
the stimulant which made possible a good year's work. Therefore we 
come without a single excuse to make, lint grateful that we have been 
allowed to preach the gospel of ,lesus Christ. 

I must, mention further the care which the ministers have given I he 
property entrusted to their care. Here and there remodeling has been 
done, and church debts of long standing have been lifted, and in at least 
one instance one new building has been erected. 

Finally we solicite your prayers to attain our efforts in organizing 
in each church The Lay activities. The Woman's Society of Christian 
Service and The Youth Fellowship. Many of our churches are boasting 
of their wide awake organizations, and yet there are still others to be 



40 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

organized. We pledge, however, there shall come no letup until every 
church has heen organized. 

Finally I wish to mention that we have on our district two loved and 
respected retired ministers who give of their time and service in so far as 
they are able They are Revs. A. E. Robinson and S. P>. Cornelius. 

(i. M. PHELPS, Dist. Supt. 



REPORT OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, 
WINSTON DISTRICT 

Dear Bishops and Members of the North Carolina Conference': 

It is my privilege and duty to bring you at this time a summary 
of the activities of the Winston district. In keeping with the war require- 
ments and conditions and the full program of this Conference, my report 
will be brief. 

Allow me at this time to give a word Of welcome to .nw presiding 
Bishop. 

Now, Bishop Jones, The Winston District with the other Districts of 
this Conference desire to pay to you a tribute of respect and apprecia- 
tion. We join you in the celebration of your fiftieth year in the ministry. 
It is an honor to have you in this city, this Conference and in this church 
where you were reared, educated and sent forth. We have watched your 
career during these fifty years. The service rendered by you has reflected 
credit not only upon yourself and this Conference but upon all Methodism. 
Your strong, masterful leadership is still felt here. We shall spare no 
pains to make your stay among vis both pleasant and profitable. Our 
hope is that your future blessings may be abundant and enduring. 

This is the sixth year that I have served as Superintendent of this 
District. During this time I have given what physical and intellectual 
force I possessed to have the District maintain the high standard that 
has characterized it throughout the years. 

Death has entered our ranks three times this year. Brother I'. S. 
Mumford, supply pastor at St. Home Church crossed the liar on June 
29th. .Mrs. C. A. Barrett, wife of Prof. Barrett at Lexington has also 
passed in recent months. Just two weeks ago the wife of Brother G. W. 
Patterson left us. 

With the co-operation of competent and faithful pastors and laymen 
we have gone forward endeavoring earnestly to measure up to the de- 
mands of the great program for the Church. Ideals have not been 
reached, but we have been fervently and valiantly marching in that direc- 
tion. We can point with pride to some outstanding achievements. Dur- 
ing the six years, six new churches have been erected : two new parson- 
ages built and extensive repairs made on other churches and parsonages. 
Special attention was given to all benevolent claims. The World Service 
i , up to par. Our great and beloved Bennett College holding its own in 
our hearts. We are hoping to make a larger Conference report for this 
school than in any previous year. All agencies of the local churches 
have supported the work well. The women of the Woman's Society of 
Christian Service under the splendid leadership of able officers played 
well a large part in the social relations of the churches. Through the 
untiring work of the leaders, the lay members are becoming more en- 
thusiastic over their responsibility toward the success of the church. The 
Youth Movement is reaching the young people very effectively. 

Our people are showing a growing interest in good literature as is at- 
tested by the enlarged number of subscriptions to the Christian Advo- 
cate Central Edition. The Advocate is a voice crying in the wilderness 
as a strong advocate of social justice and human brotherhood. Its pages 
bring to us weekly a fine summary of the world's news from a Christian 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 41 

standpoint. In a masterly way it interprets the signs of the times and 
points the way to the more abundant life. We take great pride in the 
tad that its versatile and scholarly editor is a member of this Confer- 
ence. 

There is a shortage in the ministry. This is due to several causes. 
I will mention two. First : The army is taking our best young men into 
the defense program. Secondly: The financial support is inadequate. 
With the cost of living constantly rising it is impossible to beep up our 
ministerial standards on the present salaries. Notwithstanding the fact 
that these conditions have been stressed, the membership is slow to make 
any additions to their budgets for ministerial support. However, The 
faithful ministers are standing by their guns, willing to make any sacri- 
fice anil go on to the end. 

Some increases have been made in the membership. We can claim 
a number of conversions, but by no means as large as we would wish for 
or feel that it should have been. There is a great need for a spiritual 
awakening in these trying days. The world of sin and darkness is send- 
ing out a challenge. I am praying that the. Grand old .Methodist church 
will gird up her loins, go forth to meet the challenge and defeat the foe. 
remembering that the God of Jacob is her refuge. 

Now. Mr. President and Brethren, 1 have submitted my last report 
as Superintendent id' the Winston District. I have served to the best 
of my ability and with the utmost strength. 1 wish to gratefully acknowl- 
edge the courtesies shown me by preachers and laymen alike over the 
District. For whatever success we have had in this relation we are in- 
debted to the fine co-operation of my co-workers and it is with joy that I 
commend them to my successor. May God bless you every one. 

H. L. ASHE. Superintendent Winston District. 



42 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

RECOMMENDATIONS BY BOARD OF CONFERENCE 
CLAIMANTS 

North Carolina Annual Conference, Central Jurisdiction, 
October 31, 1942 

1) That the apportionment to the Charges he the equivalent of five per 
cent of the Pastor's Cash Salaries, and that the previous action of the 
Conference requiring pro-rating be enforced. 

2) That the annuity rate per year of service for the Conference year 
1942/43 be 

$5.00 for Retired Ministers 
3.50 for Widows 
1.25 for Children 

3) That the local Church Treasurers he required to make monthly or 
quarterly remittances to the Conference Treasurer, and that the 
Conference Treasurer in turn be required to remit promptly all monies 
received for Conference Claimants from whatever source to the Hoard 
of Pensions. 740 Hush Street. Chicago. Illinois. 



FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL REPORT 

Board of Conference Claimants, North Carolina Annual 
Conference, Central Jurisdiction, October 31. 1942 

Receipts during Conference year 1941 12 

Balance after Distribution 1941/42 $1143:43 

Interest at 37r on Distribution Account 68.7* 

Interest at 3% on Permanent Fund 56.53 

Appropriation by Hoard of Pensions 655.00 

Bonus Payment by Hoard of Pensions 132.00 

Dividend from Methodist Publishing House 514.53 

Chartered Fund. Dividend 75.00 

Due from Clearing House 105.00 

Collection from Charges 2409.50 

Ministers' Wives Collection 125.00 

$5284.77 

Prospective Distribution 1942/43 

To Retired Ministers $1981.00 

To Widows 2173.N.". 

To Children 191.50 

Total to all Claimants $4346.35 4371.35 

Adjustment for Outside Claimants 25.00 

Prospective Balance $ 913.42 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 43 



Report of Auditing Committee 

We have examined the records as kept by the treasurer 
of the conference, and find that the method of keeping this 
record is clear and sufficient in keeping a record of every dis- 
trict and of every charge on each district. 

Your committee had no way of checking on the accuracy 
of the figures for we had no other record by which to check 
or compare. 

Your committee would recommend that the treasurer 
would send out periodic statements to the district superin- 
tendent that they may check on reports to the treasurer by 
the several charges on their districts. Then the conference 
will have a check on the funds of the conference both from 
the point of the treasurer and from the point of the local 
charges. Signed: G. H. CALDWELL, 

W. E. HAIRSTON, 
W. J. CAMERON. 
A. B. REYNOLDS 



Keport of The North Carolina Annual Conference 
Commission On World Service and Finance 

Whereas,, the Methodist Church is faced with emergency 
needs at home and abroad including relief of the suffering in 
war torn countries, through the Methodist Committee for 
Overseas Relief, increased religious activities for men in the 
armed forces through the Commission On Camp Activities and 
Chaplains, increased missionary work in Latin America 
through the Foreign Division of the Board of Missions and 
Church Extension, church projects in industrial defense areas 
through the Division of Home Missions and emergency proj- 
ects in education through the Local Church Division and the 
Educational Institutional Division of the Board of Education, 
therefore 

BE IT RESOLVED, (1) That we. the North Carolina 
Conference, accept the following apportionments for the con- 
ference year 1942-1943 : 

World Service $8,748.00 

General Administration 185.04 

(2) That we, the North Carolina Conference, urge each 
individual charge to raise its World Service quota in full. 

(3) That charges which raised their full apportionments 
last year work toward an increase in World Service giving 
this year of 10 per cent and that charges which failed to 
ra'se their full apportionments last year work toward an in- 
crease of 25 per cent over last year, in order to meet the 
emergencies confronting the Methodist Church. 



44 NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

(4) That we endorse the action taken by the joint meet- 
ing of the Council of Bishops and the General Commission on 
World Service and Finance, Chicago, 111., August 28, 1942, rec- 
ommending 

(a) That there shall be a special period of prayer and 
self-sacrifice throughout the Church, to be known as the 
''Week of Dedication" February 28 to March 7, and that on 
Sunday, March 7, there shall be taken a special free-will offer- 
ing for designated emergency causes and that in connection 
with this offering no quota, direct or indirect, shall be given 
to the Church. 

(b) That this week be devoted to the most intensive 
spiritual cultivation of the official groups and of the indivi- 
dual members of the Churches, and that suitable guidance be 
given to the pastors in preparation for their leadership in this 
program. 



Annual Conference Interests 

In addition to the World Service and General Administra- 
tion Fund, the Commission on World Service and Finance 
recommends to the Annual Conference for action and de- 
termination : 

(1) An administrative budget of seven hundred dollars 
($700.00) apportioned as follows: 

(a) Treasurer's expense: An amount equal to 2 per cent (not 
to exceed $300.00) of all funds collected. 

(b) Conference course of study $100.00 

(c) Youth educational expense 100.00 

(d) Conference Board of Education 100.00 

(e) Board of Mission and Church Extension for 
promotion and field cultivation 100.00 

(2) For our educational institutions, namely 
Bennett College, Allen Home High School and 
Gammon Theological Seminary, the amount of __ 5,600.00 
to be distributed as follows: 

(a) Bennett College 5,000.00 

(b) Allen Home High School 500.00 

(c) Gammon Theological Seminary 100.00 

Total Conference $6,300.00 

Grand total conference budget $15,033.04 

Including World Service 8,748.00 

and General Administration 185.04 

Signed : L. A. BROWN, Chairman 
P. H. WOOTEN, Secretary 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 45 
Financial and Statistical Report 



Board of Conference Claimants 

North Carolina Annual Conference 

October 28-November 1, 1942 

RECEIPTS 
During 1941-1942 to be distributed during 11)42-1043 
FOR ANNUITIES: 

From Pastoral Charges $2,409.50 

From Conference Investments 56.53 

From Publishing House 514.53 

Interest District Account 68.78 

From .Ministers' Wives 125.00 



Total for Annuities $3,174.34 
FOR REGULAR RELIEF: 

From Hoard of Pensions $655.00 

Bonus from Board of Pensions ... 132.00 



Total for Regular Relief . $787.00 
FOR EMERGENCY RELIEF: 

From Chartered Fund $75.00 

*Balance Previous Year 1.143.43 

Due from Clearing House 105.00 

Total $5,284.77 



PROSPECTIVE DISBURSEMENTS 
During 1042-1043 of funds collected during 1041-1042 
ON BASIS OF SERVICE : 

To Preachers $1,981.00 

To Widows 2,173.85 

To Children 191.50 



Total Regular Annuity $4,346.35 

ON PASIS OF EMERGENCY RELIEF: 

Additional Payments at $1.00 Per Year to Claimants in Other 

Conferences (estimated) $25.00 

Balance 913.42 



Total $5,284.77 



Statement of Prospective Distribution, Retired Ministers 

Year 1942 1943 Annuity Rate $5.00 Conference of North Carolina 



NAME 



V. 

1. Ashe. Hugh L 48 48 $240.00 $240.00 

2. Blanton, J. .1. 23 23 115.00 115.00 

3. Byers, George W. 46 40 230.00 230.00 
I Cornelius, Sandy B. 16 16 80.00 80.00 



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5. MeRae, Dosey 35 35 175.00 175.00 

C. Mundy, Marcus 30 39 195.00 195.00 

7. Peeler, S. A. 47 44 220.00 3 $6.00 226.00 

8. Robinson, Avery E. '-'7 27 135.00 135.00 
o. Shipp, Robert J. 34 34 170.00 170.00 

10. Simpson. John W. 41 41 205.00 205.00 

U. Thomas, Benjamin F. 42 42 210.00 210.00 



Total 308 395 $1,975.00 3 $6.00 $1,981.00 

Statement of Prospective Distribution, Widows 

Year 1042-1043 Annuity Rate $3.50 Conference of North Carolina 



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1. Addie, John C. 32 32 $112.00 $112.00 

2. Cherrv, Jasper A. 16% 16% ."»7.7."> 57.75 

3. Fink, Henry 6 6 21.00 21.00 

4. Foley. G. T. 7 7 24.50 24.50 
• 5. Garrett, James U. 21 21 73.50 73.50 

6. Gibson, Sanda A. 22 22 77.00 77.00 

7. Hirston, J. 1 >. 27% 27',. 96.25 96.25 

8. Harshaw, Charles 14 14 49.00 49.00 

9. Hayden, Sylvester J. 1 ',(. 1'/. 5.25 . 5.25 

10. Howard, Chs. Elisha 7 7 24.r>o 24.50 

11. [sham, John H. 7'/. 7'.. 26.25 26.25 

12. Jenkins. Albert <i. 23 17 59.50 6 $12. .10 72.10 

13. Johnson, Peter V. 30 30 136.50 136.50 
11. Junes. Henry 13% 13% 47.2o 47.25 
IT.. Jones, John W. 31.50 31. .".0 
10. Jones, M. M. 33 33 115.50 115.50 

17. Laughlin, James A. L'."> 25 87.50 87.50 

18. Laughlin, .Marcus C. 23% 23% 82.25 82.2.", 
10. McDonald. Samuel 10'/" 10% 30.7.", 30.7.", 

20. McMaster. Alfred W. 23 23 80.50 80.50 

21. McXair, John R 17 17 59.50 59.50 

22. Morris, John P. 42'/_, 42'/. 14S.7-", 148.7.", 

23. Peace. Samuel V. B. 41% 41% 145.25 145.25 

24. Pressh-y. S. H. 6 6 21.00 21.00 
2.",. Prince, Jacob C. ......... 1 /. 5% . 19.25 1 2.10 21.35 

20. Scales, William B. 34% 34'/. 120.7.", 120.7.", 

27. Shambourger, X. s. 23% 23% sl'.2.", 82.25 

28. Swan. E. I. 28 28 " 98.00 98.00 
20. Weatherby, R. T. 38% 27'/. oo.2-"> 11 23.10 110. 3.", 
30. Wells, John W. 34 21'/, 7.",.L>.", 12'/. 2.",..",.", 100.80 



Total 633% 603 $2,110.50 30% $63.35 $2.173.8.", 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 47 



Statement of Prospective Distribution, Children 

Year 1042-1913 Annuity Kate $1.25 Conferenc - North Ca 



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1. Hoover, Susie Stockton Black 17 24 18 $22.50 6 $4.50 $27.00 

2. Foley, Ella Mae (Jeorge ... 14 7 7 8.75 8.75 

3. Kearse, Isadora C. Samuel 14 28 12 15.00 16 16.00 31.00 

4. Kearse, Isadora C. John 11 28 12 15.00 16 16.00 31.00 

5. Kearse, Isadora C. Abby R. 9 28 12 15.00 16 16.00 3l.no 

6. Kearse, Isadora C. Emma L. 17 28 12 3.75 16 4.00 *7.75 

7. Watson, Nellie Sandy McDonald 14 8 8 10.00 10.00 

8. Murphy, Corrino Elizabeth 14 3b' 3b 45.00 45.00 



Totals 187 117 $135.00 70 $56.50 $191.50 

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Laurinburg |2335| 2901 645] 8991 

Western J2321 309J 679| 1488] 

Winston |2250| 307| 696|1388| 



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224| 28 1 73! 816| 

119|_18| 46 1 243| 

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3|Browning and St. James 48 

4|Bullock Circuit I 10 

5|Empire Circuit 37 

6 1 Greensboro— East | 26 

7 i Greensboro— High Street ] 60 

8| Greensboro— North West | 60| 

120 
400 



9 1 Greensboro — South 
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lljGreensboro Circuit 

12|Kernersville Circuit 50 

13|Leaksville 75 

HlNewport News and Pleasant Ridge 15 

15iOxford 50 

16|Raleigh | 120| 

17 Ramseur | 35] 

18 Randleman 46 

16Reidsville ] 60| 

20 Wesley and Chapel Hill | 72| 



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amore and Mount Zion 

larlotte 

larlotte Mission 

lirmont 

Jldsboro 

imlet 

ckory Bend-St. Marks 

)ffman Circuit 

hnson-Beaver Dam 

urinburg-Cool Springs | 210 

imberton | 150 ' 

ixton-Piney Grove I 180 

dladelphia-Nevv Zion 

d Springs-Beauty Spot . | 1801 

wland-Salem 140 

nford Circuit 105] 

ngate Millers 

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est City-Shelby | 142| 

nklin 60| 

nite Falls 
tonia-Cherryvill 

kory 

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gs Mountain | 127| 

ndale-Brooks | 142| 

olr | 1501 

oir Circuit | 75| 

:olnton Circuit I 134 

ion-Old Fort j 172| 

int Holly Circuit [ 131 1 

iresboro Circuit | 521 

>resville Circuit 1501 

'ton-Conover I 1051 

esville-Philadelphia 120| 

)n Mills I j. 

901. 

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25| 57| 108|.... | 39| .... ! 21! 13| 



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NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 71 



DONATIONS TO BENNETT COLLEGE 



GREENSBORO DISTRICT 



CHARGE 



PASTOR 



Bass — W. T. Lomax 

Brown Summit — R. D. Bethea 

Bullock— R. J. Shipp 

Empire — J. Dula 

Browning — R. C. Sharpe 
St. Matthews — J. E. Brower 
High Street— P. I. Wells 

South Greensboro — J. W. Shuford 

North West Greensboro— J. W. Simpson 

Greensboro Circuit -S. A. Peeler 

Leaksville— B. W. Stewart 

Oxford— .1. W. Hall 
Raleigh— W. J. Cameron 
Randleman — B. Staten 
Reidsville— J. C. Bush 
Summerfield— D. A. Hill 
Ramseur— E. M. Mcteod . 
Wesley— J. H. Ledwell 
I>r. R. W. Winchester 
Dr. L. B. Hayes 
Kernersville — J. C. Frazier 
Newport News — S. L. Townsend 

Total 



Current 

Expenses 

Dec. 1. 1941 

Julv 1. 1942 

$40.00 

10.4(1 

2.00 

30.20 

77.20 

til'. St.". 

. 25.03 

45.08 

35.00 

20.1)0 

35.00 

25.00 

127. 00 

12.00 

30.00 

7.47 

16.57 

14.00 

30.00 

5.00 

6.05 



Endowment 
July 1. 1942 
Oct. 31. 1942 

$18.75 
3.00 

18.75 

18.75 

71.25 

5.00 

5.1 >i > 



IN. 7.", 

8.00 
IS. 75 
18.75 
18.75 

5.00 
IS. 7o 

3.43 
18.75 
25.< N > 

18.75 

31. Oil 



Total 
for 
Conference 
Year 

$58.75 

13.40 

2.00 

48.95 

95.95 

134.20 
30.03 
50.08 
35.00 
38.75 
43.00 
43.7:1 
45.75 
30.75 
35.00 
26.22 
20.00 
32.75 
55.00 
5.00 
24.80 
31.00 



$555.95 



$344.18 $900.13 



LAURINBURG DISTRICT 



CHARGE 



PASTOR 



Bolton — Eugene Campbell 

Bowmore-Mt. Zioti — B. Brown 

Charlotte— C. E. Hogue 

Charlotte Mission 

Fairmont — B. B. Barnes 

Favettevilh — J. J. Patterson 

Goldsboro — C. E. Strichland 

Hamlet — W. O. Thomas 

Hickory Bend-St. Marks — Lonnie Barnes 

Hoffman Circuit — H. W. Covington 

Johns-Beaver Dam — P. M. Webb 

Laurinburg— W. M. Wells 

Lumberton — L. A. Watson 
Maxton-Piney Grove — H. C. Gannaway 
Philadelphia-New Zion— D. L. Thomas 
Red Springs-Beauty Spot — R. B. Rhyne 
Rowland-Salem — B. F. (Heaves 
Sanford Circuit — J. F. Alford 
Wingate-Millers— H. M. McNair 
District Superintendent — R. B. McRae 

Totals 



Current 

Expenses 

Dec. 1. 1941 

Julv 1. 1942 



$10.25 

10.50 

S.( M > 

7.oo 
3.00 
12.00 
1.00 
<).00 

10.00 
10.00 

S.25 
25.00 

7.00 
.SO. oo 

8.50 

10.00 

3.00 



Endowment 
Julv 1. 1942 
Oct. 31. 1942 

$3.00 

19.75 
57.50 



28.00 
12.00 
38.00 



5.1 ii i 
20.00 
18.75 
21.50 
31 u m i 

10.00 

15.00 
25.00 
18.75 
5.00 
10.00 



Total 

for 

Conference 

Year 

$3.00 

30.00 
68.00 

S.I 10 

35.00 
15.00 
50.00 

1.00 
1 1.00 

30.00 

28.75 
29.75 
55.00 

20.00 
45.00 
33.50 

28.75 

8.00 

10.00 



$172.50 $340.2 



$518. 



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WESTERN DISTRICT 

Current 

CHARGE PASTOR Dec.T.Tgtl 

July 1. 1942 

Asheville— L. A. Brown $.-,11.02 

Boone— A. W. Stowe 5.00 

Catawba— S. B. McBrayer 10.00 

Forest City— C. W. Burwich 11.25 

Granite Falls— C. W. Bailey 5.00 

Gastonia — C. L. Gidney 5.00 

Franklin— S. F. Ferguson 3.00 

Hickory— T. H. Wooten 15.50 

Hunters — D. A. Williams 

Kings Mountain— D. (\ Skeen 10.25 

Lawndale-Brooks — N. .7. Pass 9=35 

Lenoir — W. C. Scarborough 22.75 

Lenoir Circuit— H. H. Houston 14.00 

Lineolnton Circuit— A. H. Roberson 10.00 

Marion— M. S. Laughlin 27,00 

Mount Holly Circuit— E. X. Mattison 1.~>.7r> 

Mooresboro Circuit— C. I>. Kirkland 5.00 

Mooresville Circuit — Ira Friend 17.00 

Statesville-Philadelphia — B. L. Burge 14.00 
I'nion Mills 

West Asheville— H. A. Davis 12.52 

Newton-Conover— G. H. McMurrav 10.00 

Wilkesboro— J. W. Mickle 6.00 
District Superintendent — <:. M. Phelps 

Miscellaneous 1.80 



Endowment 
July 1. 1942 
Oct. 31. 1942 

$18.75 


Total 
for 
Conference 
Year 

$68.77 


2.00 


7.(1(1 


23.75 


33.7o 


18.75 


30.00 


18.7.1 


23.7r» 


5.00 


10.00 


1.00 


4.dll 


IS. 7.") 


34.LT, 


10.00 


10.00 


IS. 7o 


20.00 


103.15 


112.r>u 


18.7o 


41.50 


.->.< H 1 


19.00 


18.75 


29.65 


18.75 


■C>. 7r> 


18.75 


34.50 


3.01) 


8.00 


37.50 


54.50 


37.50 


51.50 


LOO 


1.00 


5.00 


17.52 


4.00 


14.(10 


0.00 


1 o.OO 


IS. 7.1 


18.75 




1.80 



Totals 



51.0! 



134.40 



WINSTON DISTRICT 



CHARGE 



PASTOR 



Advance — C. G. liynum 

V^heboro — W. E. Hairston 

Elkin — G. W. Patterson 

Lexington — C. W. Perry 

Madison — A. M. Erwin 

Mount Airy— H. C. Woodland 

Rural Hall — John Jones 

Penn Hook— L. L. Phillips 

Trinity — E. Frost 

Mount Pleasant — C. X. Williams 

St. Home— H. L. Parker 

si. Andrews— R. F. McCallum 

St. Paul— G. H. Caldwell 
Walnut Cove 

Fast Thomasville — W. <;. Hamilton 
St. John's— F. D. Caldwell 
Brook's Memorial — L. M. Mavfield 
St. Marks— W. S. McLeod 
Walkertown— A. L. Walker 
Miscellaneous Gifts . 



Expense^ Fndowment 
Dec. 1. 1941 Julv 1. 1942 
Julv 1. 1942 Oct. 31. 1942 

.St i.oo 

34. SO 

14.25 
15.00 

17.00 



7...U 
15.00 

S.00 
1! 1.0(1 

15.00 



in. 



.00 



40.00 

.-.-..do 

01.17 

3.00 



$18.75 



56.25 
18.75 
18.75 
10.75 

1S.7." 
37..-.0 
18.7.", 
18.75 
95.00 

9.25 
37.50 

4.oo 
18.75 

0.00 



Total 

for 

Conference 

Year 

8O.00 
53.55 
14.25 
35.00 
73.25 
26.25 
33.75 
18.75 
37.7.1 
52.50 
18.75 
38.52 
170.00 

J 1.50 

77.oo 

59.00 

7! 1.02 

3.00 

6.00 



Totals 



$407 



$387.50 



$795.24 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 
Summary 



North Carolina Report for Bennett College 

December 1, 1941-October 31. 1942. 



DISTRICT: 


Gr. 


L. 


Wes. 


Win. 


Totals 


Charges (See Detailed List) 


$900.13 


$518.75 


$715.4!) 


$7! 15. 2 1 


$2,929.61 


Bishop U. E. .Jones 


$18.75 


$18.75 


$18.75 


$18.75 


$75.00 


Bishop A. P. Shaw 


18.75 


18.75 


IS. 75 


18.75 


75.00 


President David D. Jones 


lL'.HO 


12.50 


12.50 


12.50 


50.00 


Dr. R. N. Brooks 


6.25 


0.25 


6.25 


0.2:> 


25.00 


Rev. P. A. Taylor 


6.25 


0.25 


0.25 


6.25 


25.00 


Rev. P. W. Jenkins 


4.68 


4.69 


4.0!) 


4.0!) 


18.75 


Dr. Gibson 


1.25 


1.25 


1.25 


1.25 


5.00 


President J. W. Hayes . . 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


4.; to 



Totals $969.56 $588.19 $784.93 $864.68 $8,207.30 

Of the above gifts' the following amounts donated from July 1 to Oc 
tober 31 are applied to the Conference Pledge for Endowment: 



Greensboro 


$413.01 


Laurinburg 


415.;;!) 


Western 


503.84 


Winston 


456.94 



$1,790.08 



7-1 



NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFEREN >> 



Roll of Deceased Members of the Conference 



OUR PROMOTED FELLOW WORKERS 

"These all died in the work and hope of Christ, receiv 
ing the end of their faith — the salvation of their souls.' 




1816|Henry E. Pope 
1820 Mingo G. Groom 

|Geo. W. Price 

Plorad Waters 
1821 1 Matthews Alston 

(Nelson Farror . 

1816|James Payne 



T4 
.|1871 
|1875 
11870 
■1871 
1878 
11874 



1825 A. M. Turner 

Josiah Caldicul J1891 

Geo. W. Ratcliff |1S91 

1830 W. W. Morgan 1872 
1825 Wilson Gray 1877 
iThos. S. Sitt .. . |1893 

1839 W. W. Smith . [1888 
1835|Wiley C. Gibson 1875 

1826J Wyatt Walker ,1871 

1846JO. Letterlough 1889 

1840 C. Harshaw |1882 
1840|Samuel L. Johnson 11890 
18181 Andrew Conner |l870 
1854| M. C. Rogers ...1889 
1841|John E. Champlain 1869 
18:571 Isaac Wells ..1870 
1846|Evander McDaniel [1889 
1867|Jacob C. Price 1 11307 
1869[John M. McNeil 1902 

W. L. Dixon ...1910 

1S52 S. A. Gibson |l890 

1831 David Connell |1871 

1863 Alexander Clark |1887 

1869 John W. Davis .. 1893 

L. G. McDonald 

|Ellis Ellison 

Chas. W. Blaylock [1875 

[John ('. Robbins 

L856 W. A. Pryor 

L857|F. L. Host 
1849JJ. H. Hunter 



1848 S. M. Danes 

1853 Samuel McDonald 

1853 S. P. West 

1864 G. F. Hill 

[Henry Fink 

1885 |L. B. Gibson 



is;:3 
1883 

1N7.1 
1890 
11882 

1 1888 



1870 



( rreensboro 

Wilmington 

Charlotte 

Maxton 

( ; reensboro 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 



7|May 28, 1879 

7|March 17. 1881 
10|September 12, 1881 

7 March 29, 1883 
14|April 1. 1884 

4|January 9, 1887 . 

9|April 1, 1888 

16 August, 1888 Raleigh 

16|AuguSl 12, 1890 Marion 

J1891 Hickory 

27|September 16, 1882 Kernersville 

15|November, 1892 Dobson 

l|November, 1894 . Lexington 
19 May 20, 1896 Lexington 

23|November, 1898 Hamlet 

26 May 20. 1900 Reidsville 

2 1 April 20, 1900 Maxton 

16 July 3, 1900 Lenoir 

12|November 6, 1902 Mount Airy 

20jFebruary 7, 1903 McPelah 

22|july 24, 1903 Salem 

34|October 3, 1903 High Point 

37 1 February 28, 1907 Greensboro 

18 August 8. 1907 Townsville 

4 May 23, 1911 Reidsville 

9|August 5, 1911 Rowland 

2|November 18, 1912 . Statesville 

1912 High Point 

15, 1912 Greensboro 

1913 (i reensboro 

1914 Laurinburg 



August 



1 >ecember 

June 15, 
April 14, 
August, 
23|March 

24 1147 

23|Jiily 8 

22 1 August 

12| 
15 



1916 
8, 1911 



1918 



30. 

38 [January 22, 1921 
[February 26, 1920 



Lamar, S. C. 

Winston-Salem 

( ! reensboro 

Gastonia 

High Point 

Kernersville 

( i reensboro 

Winston 

Winston 

Oxford 

Old Fort 



34 .March 26, 1922 



Greensboro 



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1844 1 W. P. Hayes 

1801 |M. M. Jones 
J.872JJ. A. Laughlin 

|J. H. Isham 

|W. M. Crawford 

1838Elisha Howard 
1862|A. W. McMaster 
1858|J. D. Murphy 
1881 1 A. D. McDonald 
1848 1 Robert Smith 
1872; N. M. Martin 
1864 G. W. Brower 
1854U. W. Jones 
1878 1 C. E. Howard 
1872A. G. Jenkins 
1870 |E. D. Petty 
1853 
1801 
1869 



K. H. Arthur 
J. P. Morris 
N. S. T. Shahibourger 
1874 N. M. Black 

I J. A. Cherry 

1854 M. J. Bullock 
1878JJ. R. Dlllard 
1849 W. W. Pope 
1890 1 G. T. Foley 

1843| J. C. Addie 

1837 Daniel Brooks 
1807|M. C. Laughlin 
1852|J. D. Hairston 
1872 J. W. Wells 
1864|J. H. Garrett 
1868 \V. R. Ziegler 
1852 A. H. Newsome 

1862 S. L. May 

1875IS. J. Hayden 

1877 Samuel H. Pressley ... 
1882 1 Frank S. Abernethy 
1801 |W. M. Chavis 
1800| S. F. B. Peace 
1860 W. B. Scales 

M. M. Patrick 

P. J. Cook 
1863|D. H. Kearse 

P. F. Johnson 

|H. O. Fredrick 

A. B. McQueen 
18531(1. W. Morehead 

R. T. Weatherby 

1872|E. I. Swann 
1882 Henry Jones 

.1. R. McNair 



-|1888 1 16 1 August 28, 1922 .... Maxton 

1891|34|March 9, 1925 Greensboro 

|1905|30|November 19, 1925 Greensboro 

September 21, IOL'7 Rockingham 

! November, P.I27 Winston 

! 1885 1 JFebruary, inns Asheboro 

jl894|34|November, 1928 Greensboro 

1896 30 August, 1928 Maxton 

1920 91.1928 Randolph 
1886 50|January 30, 1930 Brown Summit 

11900124 February, 1930 Asheville 

1892|38 1930 High Point 

! 1898|32 1930 . Guilford 

1916 14|july 2.".. 1930 Mocksville 

1 ! )i 15 L'5 1 September, 1980 Charlotte 

1894 36 1930 Chicago, 111. 

1887 144 j November, 1931 Greensboro 

1890|41|May, 1931 Greensboro 

1910 m September, 1931 Lumberton 

1 1907 j 24 1 December 20, 1931 Winston 

13|May 10, 1932 Hickory 

l885|37|June 18. 1932 (Jreensboro 

1917| 15| July Hi, 1932 Ramseur 

1883 37 .July 22. 1982 Winston 

J1925I 8|january 14, 1933 High Point 

.. 1 1894 1 32 1 May 2. 1988 Hickory 

1875|34|May 12, 1988 High Point 

1911|22July 17, 1933 Greensboro 

1885 28j October 28. 1988 GQldsboro 

1899|32 1 January 18, 1984 Greensboro 

l882|21|February 9, 1935 Reidsville 
1893 401 September 30, 1985 . Greensboro 

1883 j 52 1 November 6, 1935 Greensboro 

1880J52 August 8, 1936 Thomasville 

1903 j 33| October 11, 1930 Seagrove 

1929) 8| January 5. 1937 . Shelby 

1930 7|1937 . Mooresville 

|l891|45May 20, 1937 Kernersville 

1 1891 1 46 j December 14, 1937 Greensboro 

1902 36 May 15, 1938 Madison 

(May 23, 193s Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Winston-Salem 
Hickory 



! I July 28. 1938 

11921 19 1 September, 193s 
1898 39 December 27. 1938 
1939 

1898 1940 

1868 55 1940 Greensboro 

190338 July 21, 1940 Greensboro 

1914|27|1941 Asheville 

[1929 1 13 1 1941 Elkin 

1942 Red Springs 



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Conference Roll and P. 0. Addresses 



Blanton, J. J. 
Byers, G. \Y. 
Cornelius, S. P». 
McRae, Dorsey 
Mundy, .Marcus 
Robinson, A. K 
Shipp, R. .1. 
Thomas, !'.. F. 



Ashe. H. I 

Bethea, E. D. ... 
Brooks, R. N. 
B rower, J. E. 
Burwick, O. W. 
Brown, L. A. 
Burge, B. 1.. 
Bynum, 0. G. 
Caldwell, F. I>. 

Caldwell, G. H. 
Cameron, W. J. 
Davis. H. A. 
l»ula. J. Q. 
Brwin, A. M. 
Frazier, T. C. 
Friend, Ira 
Ganaway, II. C. 
Gidney, C. L. 
Gleaves, I'.. F. 
Maii-slon. W, E. 
Hall. .1. W. 
II II. I>. A. 
Uogue, G. E. 
Hamilton, W. G 
.(ones, R. E. 
Jenkins, P. W. 
Kirkland, C. D. 
Laughlin, M. S. 
Ledwell, J. H. 
Lomax, W. T. 
MeCallum, It F. 
McLeod, E. M. 
MeLeod, \V. s. 
.Mickle. .1. VV. 
MoRae, Robert 
McBrayer, s. B. 
Mayfield, L. M. 
Mattison, R. X. 
Pass, N. .1. 
Patterson, G. W. 
Peeler. S. A. 
Patterson, .1. J. 



RETIRED ELDERS 



Pugh 



Marion. N. C. 

Greensboro. N. C. 

Old Fort, X. C. 

Tboinasville, X. C. 

Maxton, X. C. 

Newton, X. G. 

Creedmoor, X. C. 

., Lexington, X C. 



EFFECTIVE ELDERS 



72 Waughton Sr.. Winston-Salem, X. C. 

417 High St., Greensboro. X. C. 

631 Baronne St., Xew Orleans, La. 

609 Ashe St., Greensboro, X. C. 

1215 Beatrys Ford Rd., Charlotte, X. C. 

L'l'o Woodfin St.. Asheville, X. C. 

Statesville, X. C. 

Box 322, Winston-Salem, X. c. 

C Church St., Thoniasville, X. C. 

;>li il".j St.. Winston-Salem, X. G. 

State College Station. Raleigh, X. C. 

101 Burton St.. West Asheville, X. C. 

lit. 1. Box 138, Sea-rove. X. C. 

Madison. X. C. 

1'. O. F.ox. Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Mooresville. X. C. 

Box 366, Maxton. X. C. 

Gastonia, X. C. 

Maxton, X. < ). 

29 Lvles St.. Reidsville, X. C. 

]'. O. Box 832. Oxford. \. 0. 

Asheboro. X. C. 

HO'.) s. Graham St., charlotte, X. c. 

Lexington, X. c. 

137.", East Long St.. Columbus, Ohio 



Lincolnton, 

Marion. 

622 Warren St.. Greensboro, 

Box 62, Greensboro, 

355 Dixie Broadway. Winston-Salem, 

Ramseur, 

755 E. Washington St.. High Point. 

Box .">!>.",. Forest City. 

Box DIM!, Hamlet. 

Newton, 

Fairview St.. High Point, 

Mount Holly, 

Box 744. Shelby, 

34(1 Finley Ave., Lenoir. 

.. 803 Julian St.. Greensboro, 

Ramsey Sr.. Fayetteville, 



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Phelps, G. M. 
Rhyne, R. B. 
Rush, J. C. 
Robersou, A. M. 
Scarborough, \V. C 

Sharpe, R. C 

Simpson. J. W. 
Skeen, D. C. 
Shuford, .1. W. 
Staten, P. E. 
Stewart, P. \Y. 
Taylor, I'. A. 
Thomas, D. L. 
Thomas, W, O. 
Watson, L. A. 

Wells, P. I 

Wells. W. .M. 
Webb. P. W. 
Williams, Arthur I 
Williams, ('. N. 
Winchester, R. W. 
Wooten, T. II. 
Woodland, 11. C. 



Pox 575, Statesville, 

Red Springs, 

114 Williams St., Reidsville, 

Lincolnton, 

217 Rankin St., Lenoir, 

717 Ashe Si.. Greensboro, 

Route 2, Pox 374. Greensboro, 

Thomasville, 

509 Bennett St., Greensboro, 

Route 1, Box 34, Randleman, 

P. (>. Pox 923, Leaksville, 

Bennett College, Greensboro, 

508 Chamberlain St., West Raleigh, 

P. O. Box 946, Hamlet, 

Lumberton, 

R. F. I>. 6, Pox 56, Greensboro, 

P. O. Box 457. Laurinburg, 

... P. O. Box 782, Hamlet, 

Monroe, 

forth Graham Ave, Winston-Salem, 

. 425 Bennetl St., Greensboro, 

737 S. Twelfth St., Hickory, 

Safe Pus < \... Winston-Salem, 



Probationers 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



N. C. 

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Arthur W. Stowe, Boone, X. C. 

James H. McCallum, K. F. I).. Rowland, X. C 

Townsend, S. P.. 1134 29th St.. Newport News 



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Accepted Supply Pastors 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



6 K 



Alford, J. L., P. O. Box 138, Jonesboro, N. C. 

Barnes, B. B., Rowland, N. C 

Barnes, Lonnie, Route 1, Maxton, N. C. 

Bailey, C. W., Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Belo, A. L., 72 Waughtowri St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Brooks, Glenn 

Brown, Beverly, 4'AU Ramsey St., Fayetteville, N. C. 

Campbell, E. G. 

Cook, W. C, 928 K. Hill St.. Charlotte, X. C. 
Crutchfield, Oscar, Route 3, Box 147. Greensboro, N. 
Foye, E. .1.. 1<»<i4 E. Market St.. Greensboro, N. <\ 

Frost. E., Route 1. Box 17. Mocksville, X. C 

Ferguson, S. F., 88 Congress St.. Asheville, X. C. 

Graves, X. J., Asheboro, X. ('. 

Houston, H. H.. Mooresville, X. C. 

Hulie L Ferry, La'urinburg, X. (\ 

Joyce, .1. M., Route 1. Box 108 Greensboro, X. <\ 

Joner, John W., 1009 Benbow Rd., Greensboro, X. C. 

Littlejohn, B. C, Asheboro. X. C 

Love, C. B., Pleasant Ridge, V. A. 
McNair, H. M., Rod Springs, N. <\ 
Morehead, F. I >.. R. F. I >.. Greensboro, X. C. 
Mumford, F. D. R. F. !>.. (Jreenshf 

Phillips. H. W 

Parker. H. L., Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Porter, E. V 

Perry, Hulie L., Laurinburg, X. C. 

Rush, E. A.. Hamlet. X. C. 

Strickland, Clarence E., 839 John St., Goldsboro, X. (' 

Williams, Andrew 

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83 



CONFERENCE CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 



N. C. 



Annual Conference, Central Jurisdiction 
Methodist Church 



Names are arranged according to seniority of consecutive membership in 
Full connection with this Conference. The names of retired members are 
printed in capitals; of supernumerary members in bold lace type"; of ef- 
fective members in ordinary type, and undergraduates underscored. Names 
of probationers and undergraduates are followed by Roman numerals, in- 
dicating their year in the Conference Course of Study. Figures after su- 
pernumerary members indicate years in that relation. 



NAME 



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BYERS, (1. W. 
MUNDY, MARCUS 
McREA, DORSEY 

Davis, H. A. 
BLANTON, .1. J. 
Ashe, H. L. 
CORNELIUS, S. B. 

THOMAS. I!. F. 
Bethea, R. D. 
Peeler, S. A. 
SHIPP, R. J. 
Winchester. R. W. 
Wells. W. M. 
Simpson, J. W. 
Lomax, VY. T. 
ROBINSON, A. E. 
Pass, N. J. 
Frazier, T. ( '. 
Skeen, D. C. 
Phelps, G. M. 
Rhvne. R. B. 
Caldwell. G. H. 
Thomas, D. L. 
P. urge. B. L. 
Brooks, R. N. 
Shuford, J. W. 
Hairston, W. E. 
Erwin, A. M. 
Hush, .J. C. 
Wells. P. I. 
Caldwell, F. I). 

Gannaway, H. C. 

Scarborough, W. C. 
Brower. J. E. 
Mickle. J. W. 
( Heaves, B. F. 



1883 Ins"' 
11888 1890 
1888| 1890 1 
1923 1925 
[1890 18951 
1895 1 1898 
1896 1897 
1 1890J 1893 1 
1893 1899 
1895 1897 
1892 is; »;: 
1900 1902 
1902 1904| 
11900 1902J 
Il903 1907| 
|l904|1807 
11908 1910 
[1907 1909 
|1907 1909 
1918 1920| 
J1907 1911 
1 19121 1»14 1 
1905 1917 
11912 1914 
11910 1912 
1915 1917 

1917 19191 
[1918|1920| 

1918 1920 
|1910 1912 
[1920|1922| 

1920 1 1924 1 
|1921H925| 
[1922 1924 

1922 1924 
11924 1926 



17 
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35 
17 
23 
44 2 

it; 
42 
43 i 3 

4.-. 8 

34 - 

40 

38 
40 j 

35 |... 

27 ... 
32 ... 
33 
33 

31 

28 | 
25 
28 

30 L 
25 



30 

20 
18 

17 
18 
18 

15 [ 



13 



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CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL 




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NAME 




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Si 

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1. 




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Hall, .). \V. 


1913 
1925 


1915 
19°7 


°7 


MeLeod, K. M. 


15 
15 
14 
13 




Patterson, G. \V. 


1925 1927 




Gidney, C. V. 


19^5 


1928 
iqoq 




McColmm, R. P. 


1927 




Staten, 1?. E 


1927] 1929| 13 




Hogue, G . E. . 


1929| 1931- 1 




Brown, L. A. 


1929 |1932 


10 




Taylor, P. A. 


192911932 


10 




Hill, 1>. A. 


19^4 


1928 
1934 


14 

X 




Woolen. T. H 


1931 




Bynura, ('. <!. 


1 920 | 1934 


s 




Cameron, AY. J. 


193211934 


8 




Ledwell, .1. II. 


1932 1934 


S 




Williams, <\ N. 


1933| L932 


8 




MeRae, Roberi 


1922|1924 


IS 




Langhlin, M. S. 


11933 9 




MeLeod, W. s. 


19331193.1 


7 




Sharpe, R. C. 


193311935 


7 




Friend, [ra 


1935! 1937 


K 




Mayfield, LeMon 


J 1938 


4 




Dula, A. Q. 


11938 


4 




Woodland, IT. C. 


1! )34 1938| 4 




Mattison, B. x. 


1937J 1939| 3 




Stewart, 11. W. 


1937| 1939| 3 




McBrayer, S. B. 


1 936 1 1939 1 3 




Jenkins, P. W. 


l!)38ll!)4l» 2 


\ 


Patterson, .1. .1. 


|104O| 2 




Hamilton, \V. (!. 


119411 1 




Burwick, o. W. 


1 1941| 1 




Kirkland, G. D. 




1942 


1 





INDEX 



I. OFFICERS Page 

(a) Of the Annual Conference 5 

(b) Of the Lay Conference 5 

II. BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES 8-9 

III. DAILY PROCEEDINGS .... 10 

IV. DISCIPLINARY QUESTIONS 24 

V. APPOINTMENTS 30 

VI. REPORTS 

Board of Home Missions and Church Extension 6 

Trusters .... 7 

District Superintendents 33 

Standing Committees and Beards _. 27 

Conference Statistician 45 

Conference Treasurer 48 

Donations to Bennett College 71 

VIII. ROLL OF DEAD 74 

IX. MISCELLANEOUS 

Conference Roll and Postofficc Addresses 76 

Supplies and Local Preachers 78 

Conference Program 60 

Chronological Roll 83 

X. HISTORICAL 79 




BENNETT COLLEGE CHAPEL 
Where Conference was held Friday, October 30, 19 42.